The Top High-Impact Marketing Technologies Influencing B2B in Australia Today

The Top High-Impact Marketing Technologies Influencing B2B in Australia Today

First thing’s first. We all know that marketing tools are essential to business growth. The way B2B marketers see it, no business will ever survive without leveraging new technologies.

The world is getting smaller every day, and that’s because social media has improved the way we communicate. It bridges geographical gaps and allows people to engage in relevant topics. For the B2B industry, new technologies are bringing them closer to their audiences, with each marketing innovation transforming the way they create their messages and distribute them to the right people.

Sure enough, Australian B2B companies are not left out in adopting the most effective marketing tools and software. Cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane where most startups are based are continuously updating their marketing systems to better meet audience demands.

But in which marketing technologies do Australian B2B companies invest? Better yet, what’s the reason they focus on these technologies in the first place?

For that, let’s look at the types of marketing technologies that impact businesses in Australia the most, from building awareness to creating highly effective lead generation campaigns.

 

Customer Relations Management

A business knows that, when it comes to making informed decisions on the marketing side, it pays to take heed of the behaviours and perceptions of one’s audience. In other words, creating effective marketing campaigns involves knowing what potential customers and using this knowledge to build audience retention.

This is the reason why B2B enterprises across the globe, and not just Australia, invest heavily in customer relations management systems or CRM. For sure, a positive customer experience is important to the bottom line and increases the efficiency of marketing campaigns across the board. For Australian B2B companies, it all boils down to getting the right CRM packages to help with generating high-quality leads and securing more sales conversions.

There are countless CRM brands available that are tailor-fitted for B2B enterprises. To get a step ahead of competitors, businesses will need to acquire a full-stack CRM service complete with accurate analytics tools and audience insights reporting.

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Software-as-a-Service and Cloud Computing

Software has come a long way, from helping people do their taxes and record retail purchases to helping companies get their message across to their target audiences. The only caveat to this is the fact that businesses need to address big data.

Indeed, handling large volumes of information can get you tangled in a web of confusion. Other than that, you will have to make sure every bit of data is secured in your system, which can get complex, to say the least. Luckily, SaaS allows businesses to maintain a safe and well-protected backup database through cloud computing services.

The technology isn’t new, but recently, more and more businesses in Australia are adopting cloud computing as a way to streamline their data management activities. Because of this, we can expect many more Australian B2B companies to make their move to the cloud.

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Lead Management Tools

Securing audience data is one thing. Getting audiences to convert is another.

Every business has its own way of defining their sales pipeline. Nonetheless, pipelines should always be optimized to generate higher sales numbers as possible. No matter the number of stages present, it is what you want to do with potential clients that matters the most.

For this, a lead management system can help to Australian companies chart their buyers’ journeys and develop insights that could impact future marketing campaigns. What’s more, these companies can also streamline their lead nurturing activities and reduce marketing costs by regularly performing a database scrub.

So far, this has worked well for a lot of B2B enterprises in Australia. As competition in the B2B industry becomes increasingly tighter, it is vital for companies to improve their lead generation efforts by handling lead data the right away.

 

Marketing Automation

When it comes to getting a well-rounded marketing campaign, it always helps to adopt a marketing automation platform that could realize the function of the three marketing technologies above.

By automating most of your marketing efforts, you are not only saving yourself time and money managing the many sales opportunities that enter your pipeline. You are also provided a more efficient and faster way to increase sales conversions.

More importantly, having such a system in place can enhance your audience outreach efforts and secure a better position in the Australian B2B industry.

Related: How Marketing Automation Increased My Client’s Appointments in 30 Days

 

Author Bio:

Dara Lin

Dara Lin is a Marketing Specialist at Callbox Australia. She is a coffee trailblazer, general music fanatic, and an internet enthusiast. Follow Dara on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+.

 

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