by Larry FleischmanApril 21, 2012
Televerde is a leading B2B marketing agency and provider of sales pipeline development solutions that drive increased revenue for our clients by integrating contact data, marketing automation and worl
Phoenix, AZ, April 4, 2012 – Televerde has developed a Human Touch Cloud Connector for Eloqua™ featuring a seamless integration between Eloqua and Televerde’s world-class teleservices capabilities. The new connector, which is easily created as a step within Eloqua Program Builder, enables high-impact, just-in-time conversations with customers and prospects at any step in any program, with the results of the human touch updated in Eloqua.
With the development of this new app, Televerde is now a Certified Eloqua Cloud Connector Partner offering services that support Eloqua 9 and 10, and the only partner that provides integrated teleservices support designed to optimize demand creation program performance by integrating digital behavior tracked in Eloqua with human touch.
“The benefits clients will experience are validated and qualified sales opportunities delivered with detailed, actionable insight that prescribes the appropriate sales or marketing follow-up needed to accelerate their opportunities,” explains Bryan Ehrenfreund, Televerde’s VP of Digital Strategies. “Clients can have full confidence in the information we acquire about their customers and prospects because it’s generated by the most knowledgeable team of calling agents and market specialists in the industry whose teleservices skills are aligned directly to program objectives.”
Ehrenfreund explains that sales revenue growth, which is the primary motivating factor for all businesses, was also the driving force behind the development of Televerde’s Human Touch Cloud Connector. “Dialogue-based outreach on its own can generate powerful results, but when it’s supplemented and integrated with digital approaches there’s a strong potential for campaign performance uplift. The key to integration is enabling sales reps with the opportunity to see the outcomes of both the digital and dialogue approaches with their prospects, and that’s what our connector accomplishes.”
“Televerde’s Human Touch app enables the seamless integration of well-timed, telephone-based outreach programs with digital outreach, creating a strong process by which to qualify leads and accelerate pipeline momentum,” said Steve Woods, Eloqua CTO.
Televerde promises these benefits from its Human Touch Cloud Connector™:
Just-in-time lead validation, qualification and correction
More intelligence for sales reps about their leads
Prescribed, most appropriate next steps for lead follow-up
Opportunities for sales lead acceleration
According to information on Televerde’s website, the new connector is ideally suited for lead generation campaigns, lead validation and qualification campaigns, nurturing programs, event and webinar follow-up, inquiries from SEO and other marketing programs, rejuvenation of dormant, discontinued and recycled leads, Account-Based Marketing, and current customer cross-sell/up-sell opportunities.
Televerde is the leading B2B provider of sales pipeline development solutions that drive increased revenue for its clients by integrating contact data, marketing automation and world-class tele services. The company identifies new customers for its clients, accelerates and converts sales opportunities, and discovers fresh, actionable market insight. The outcomes Televerde produces are improved performance of sales pipelines, net new top-line sales revenue growth, measurable return on marketing investments, and sales & marketing alignment. Visit www.televerde.com or call +1 888-787-2829.
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