DiscoverOrg, http://www.discoverorg.com, winner of a 2014 SIIA CODiE award and provider of information technology sales and marketing intelligence tools used by top IT vendors, has been recognized in a new profile by b2b research and advisory firm
In its profile, Sirius also noted that DiscoverOrg “provides organizations focused on selling in IT markets with an easier way to acquire information about buyers and their specific needs.” This was a reference to the entire range of DiscoverOrg’s offerings, including its highly accurate contact datasets, IT Org Charts, Real Time Triggers and integration with leading CRM and marketing automation systems, as well as its services such as client success managers for each account and customer training.
Sirius concluded its profile by advising its clients to seek solutions like DiscoverOrg to “enhance their understanding of buyers.”
In terms of DiscoverOrg’s vision, Sirius noted recent initiatives such as the addition of datasets covering CFO/Finance and the company’s expansion into the
“DiscoverOrg is focused on providing b2b organizations that sell into IT markets with a deeper level of visibility into the organizations they target,” Sirius noted in its profile. “The company’s phone researchers continuously profile targeted organizations, interviewing stakeholders to understand buying centers, organizational structures, purchasing dynamics and technology infrastructures.”
“This profile by
DiscoverOrg is the leading sales and marketing intelligence tool used by the top IT vendors, staffing companies and consultants targeting IT departments of Fortune-ranked, Mid-Market and SMB companies in
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