Time-based lead reassignment and notifications enable businesses to respond to prospects faster and grow revenue
LeanData, the leader in Lead-to-Account Matching, Routing and Marketing Attribution, unveiled a new Time-Based Routing innovation, as part of its core Routing solution. This will ensure leads are assigned to the appropriate sales reps and followed up on in a timely manner. The new capability will enable companies to accelerate their Go-To-Market (GTM) execution by shortening the lead-to-revenue cycle.
Sales Teams Can Now Automatically Reroute Leads, Contacts, Accounts, and Opportunities
LeanData is helping over 400 customers, including Marketo, Adobe, and Glassdoor, reduce complexity and frustration while accelerating revenue.
At the time of this announcement, Craig Rosenberg, Chief Analyst and Co-Founder, TOPO, said, “In our research, we have found that organizations who optimized lead follow-up time had significantly higher lead conversion rates than those that don’t. As the market continues to optimize and evolve, new gaps in lead follow-up continue to emerge that will require a flexible routing solution.”
Craig added, “This time-based routing capability introduction from LeanData is a response to the market’s current need to meet new routing requirements to continue to solve gaps in the lead-follow processes.”
LeanData Set to Remove Sales Challenges By Ensuring Leads Are Quickly Routed to the Appropriate Sales Reps.
Efficient automation of lead routing is dependent on time.
Companies are committed to ensuring that their sales reps respond to leads promptly or distribute target accounts to reps on a specific timeline. Furthermore, enterprise organizations are experiencing lengthy delays in sales interactions with opportunities. Companies need a solution that takes into account time-based routing activities to avoid lead stagnation and ensure that service level agreements are met across the GTM team.
Today, enterprises have the opportunity to use LeanData’s Time-Based capability to schedule or reroute leads, contacts, accounts, and opportunities, enabling them to create time-based processes and hold their sales teams accountable for acting on new opportunities on time.
“High-growth enterprises have been saddled with the challenges of ensuring leads are quickly routed to the appropriate sales reps. For these companies, responsiveness to prospects and customers is paramount, and their desire for a time-based lead routing solution was high,” said Hendrick Lee, Vice President, Product, LeanData.
Hendrick added, “LeanData built Time-Based Routing to help companies avoid lead stagnation and accelerate time to revenue.”
LeanData’s Time-Based Routing capability includes a collection of notable features to ensure that leads are routed and acted on in a timely fashion:
- Sales teams can automatically reroute leads, contacts, accounts, and opportunities to a different owner if the original owner did not respond in a specific timeframe (e.g. one hour)
- In the event a sales rep does not respond to a prospect within a day, sales leaders can be automatically alerted via email
- Leads or accounts in a queue can be distributed on a time-based cadence (e.g. weekly) to ensure service level agreements are fulfilled
- If a deal has been lost by one of your sales reps, sales leaders can automatically notify the rep later for follow-up
- Sales teams will be able to avoid allowing opportunities to become stale or lost by creating notifications and follow-up tasks when the opportunity has not been engaged within a specific time period along with a dedicated task for the sales representative to complete
Currently, LeanData is the leader in Lead-to-Account Matching, Routing, and Marketing Attribution solutions. We stand at the center of your CRM, connecting data to the right people. By aligning marketing and sales with accurate matching, routing, and trustworthy attribution, sales reps only get the leads, contacts, accounts, and opportunities they need to work on, so they can close more deals and drive more revenue, faster.
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