It’s time for financial services companies to think differently about demand marketing. Harnessing the customer journey, both on and off-line, to build customer relationships and to improve the customer journey is an opportunity to better differentiate and compete in a crowded marketplace, especially in uncertain times. Yet as an industry defined by regulations, it can feel like an uphill battle to drive a Demand Marketing Transformation. Balancing the growing needs of the business with the increased expectations of the customer is the new reality for financial services.
Watch this on-demand webinar to hear experts define opportunities and challenges for financial services companies both to better engage customers and prospects and to better manage and optimize sustainable demand.
- Orchestrate multi-channel engagement that addresses the buying needs of your customers and prospects
- Streamline your technology, processes and data to support customer journey, improve organizational efficiency and increase ROI
- Enable demand marketing to deliver more qualified leads to your sellers and/or bankers
You’ll also get a preview into a real world scenario. You’ll learn how a large financial firm was struggling to connect with customers throughout the buying process – and we share the strategies that firm used to break the cycle and start reaching customers in the right place, at the right time, all the time.
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