Staying at that prestigious level – year after year – is success.
It’s precisely what accounting and consulting firm, Templeton & Company, has accomplished: its technology-consulting division, Templeton Solutions, has been a member of the elite Microsoft Dynamics President’s Club for several years, recognized for its customer dedication, technological advancement, and sales performance.
But success often goes hand-in-hand with complexity, particularly for marketing teams responsible for maintaining and expanding brand visibility and generating demand.
And for Templeton there was an additional wrinkle: its marketing team was – and is – responsible for all aspects of marketing for both entities, a formidable challenge because the two business units have distinctive audiences, differing plans, and separate goals.
As a result, Templeton & Company’s marketing team found itself juggling six different applications to get the job done. It was not only tedious, time-consuming and expensive, it was inefficient: the programs weren’t integrated and; thus, couldn’t provide a comprehensive picture of results.
So they turned to Act-On.
The result: an automated sales and marketing pipeline that runs seamlessly, saves significant time and budget, and optimizes targeted campaigns across the digital channels.
All from a single platform.
A new case study showcases how Act-On’s marketing automation platform helped Templeton put the kibosh on tedium, streamline its processes, and open new doors of opportunity.
- A savings of $10,000 in a year
- One-button integration with Microsoft Dynamics CRM, including automatic, bi-directional data synchronization
- Automated lead management, including lead scoring, lead nurturing, and triggered messages
- Easy social-media publication
- Real-time “hot prospect” alerts
- Real-time performance data and activity histories
- A holistic view of its entire marketing performance
And that’s just a sampling.
Find Out More
Read the case study to find out how Act-On marketing automation is delivering positive results for Templeton & Company and its Microsoft Dynamics CRM clients.
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