Rob Woods, Marketing Automation Enablement Manager, and Rashmi Nath, Marketing Automation Capabilities Manager sat down with us to talk Intel’s marketing stack. About a year ago, they set out to figure out what was missing among their marketing strategies and platforms, and what holes were most important to fill. They stumbled upon account-based marketing and haven’t looked back since. Hear more about their ABM journey in this episode!
Listen in and Get Inspired to:
- Re-align marketing and sales responsibilities
- Generate net-new contacts for accounts
- Enable ABM at the enterprise level
- Bridge the gap between marketing and sales communication
- Create highly-targeted goals and improve personalization
[:45] Who are Rob and Rashmi and what do they do for Intel?
[2:15] How did the ABM project get started and what was the team looking to achieve?
[6:00] Intel is no longer working with just PC companies. Their expertise has expanded and marketers at Intel have had to keep up.
[7:35] The marketer’s job at ABM is critical because they are providing frontline insights on new accounts that Intel has yet to explore.
[8:35] Although it’s a bit early, what kind of successes has the ABM project experienced so far?
[11:15] Rob shares an anecdotal success story.
[13:30] How are Rob and Rashmi executing this project inside Eloqua?
[19:15] What kind of challenges did the team run into inside of Eloqua?
[25:25] What would the team do differently if they could start their project over from scratch?
[32:05] What’s next for Rob and Rashmi?
[36:30] What inspires Rob and Rashmi?
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