There’s a better and more efficient way to grow revenue, and it starts above the funnel. With Rev, your GTM teams will always have a dynamic, prioritized list of high-fit target accounts that resemble your best customers.
Ready to fuel growth by expanding into a new market? Evaluate the viability of a new segment by going beyond traditional TAM and analyzing the “fit and ready” targets within a new market.
Waste less time on leads that will never close—and stop missing five-star opportunities. Instead, use AI to build a prioritized list of accounts that match your ICP so sales and marketing can focus on accounts that are ready to engage.
You've got a new product or service to sell—and a lot of customers you can upsell. But, where do you start? Let AI prioritize the customers that are showing signs of being "fit and ready" to hear your pitch.
Incremental growth matters, and so does preserving your existing revenue stream. Use AI to understand and surface the deep behavioral patterns of at-risk accounts, and use that insight to build a cross-functional retention strategy.
Not all accounts are equal. Some are ready to close before they’ve heard your full pitch. Others might need a little more time. Get them to the team that will support them best and move them through the funnel faster.
Joe Paone | Sr Director, Worldwide Commercial Marketing at Splunk
RevOps teams are under enormous pressure to grow their companies, and to grow them efficiently. Even C-suites are feeling this pressure. When they do, they turn to Nicole Davolt, a RevOps strategist at Intelligent Demand. “We align their tactics, their technology and their people into a strategic growth strategy and a program that allows them […]
Most revenue teams have more prospects in their CRM than they can handle. The problem, frankly, is not building up contact lists—the problem is maximizing the pipeline to identify the best prospects and engage them effectively. The sub-par prospects that clog your pipeline still consume resources but are more unlikely ever to close. If they […]
With the economy lagging and experts forecasting possible recessions, forward-thinking companies are looking to stimulate new revenue in new markets. In a vacuum, not a bad strategy. But many companies doing so are leaving money on the table in their current markets. If you think you’ve exhausted your market… you’re probably wrong. In fact, a […]