August 14, 2012
Today Leadspace announced a new release of its SaaS solution that helps sales and marketing teams find and rank qualified B2B prospects by uncovering hidden “buying signals” from people on social networks, in contact databases, and on the web. The new release includes a Web user interface that can be used by sales and marketing teams regardless of what CRM they use.
“The first release of Leadspace, which featured a tight integration with Salesforce CRM, was extremely well received. The application offered salespeople a way to harness social media and the Web to quickly find the prospects in their target accounts with the highest sales conversion potential and get their full contact information – all from within the Salesforce interface,” said Leadspace Co-Founder and VP Products, Amnon Mishor. “The new release lets any company take advantage of Leadspace, whether they use Microsoft Dynamics CRM, Oracle CRM, IBM CRM or a home-grown solution.”
The Leadspace solution uncovers targeted prospects from myriad information sources, including social networks, online contact databases, and millions of public web sites. It determines their relevancy based on what people write about themselves, what they share, and how similar they are to a company’s existing customers. This deep, individual-level intelligence helps marketing teams deliver better quality, more detailed leads to sales, and helps sales teams zero in on the right prospects.
Leadspace helps sales, marketing, and lead generation teams with:
Leadspace is the first solution to help sales and marketing teams find new sales prospects and enrich and rank leads based not only on who the prospects really are, but also on what they do, and how closely the prospects resemble the people they have already successfully sold to. Founded in 2007 by experts in web mining and semantic analysis, the company received funding from top-tier venture capital firms, including Battery Ventures, JVP, and Vertex...Learn more at http://www.leadspace.com, follow Leadspace on Twitter @leadspace or read the blog at http://www.leadspace.com/blog.
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