InsideView announces it can now integrate buyer intent data from Bombora
InsideView, a Demandbase company, is integrating intent data from Bombora into the InsideView B2B data and intelligence platform.
Bombora’s Company Surge intent data allows sellers and marketers to focus on buyers who are “in market,” i.e., showing signs of significantly elevated online research related to their products and services compared to historic norms. This allows customers to reduce wasted time chasing leads that will never buy, shorten sales cycles, and increase win rates, according to the vendor.
Buyer intent data is a collection of signals based on content consumption that suggests a B2B buyer is researching a topic prior to making a purchase.
“Every seller would love to know when a target account is in the market for their product or service, because timing is often the hardest part of the sales process,” said Marc Perramond, VP of product at InsideView. “Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive and relevant B2B intent signals to our customers, and make them easily accessible to inform their decisions and daily activities. Bombora’s publisher network produces highly relevant intent data, sorting the signal from the noise, so our customers can be confident that their targets will be receptive to their message."
According to InsideView, with all the information available on the internet, B2B buyers spend very little time actually talking to vendors, giving sellers little opportunity to engage and close a deal.
By adding Bombora’s Company Surge buyer intent data to the InsideView platform, InsideView customers can now combine insights on intent to purchase with all the other data they use to get their sellers in front of customers before their competitors.
Bombora delivers accurate, relevant intent signals measured by consumption and engagement with research content, as compared to some intent data, which simply tracks when someone has been exposed to a keyword regardless of engagement or context.
Bombora intent data is based on research activity across a network of 4,300+ business websites and more than 8,000 topics. Intent relevance is based on the number of topics consumed, topic density for each page, scroll velocity and dwell time, and is compared to a baseline of activity for each topic and company to determine if there’s a substantial increase in activity.
With intent data integrated into InsideView Insights, InsideView Apex, and InsideView Target, sellers and marketers can quickly and easily filter prospect and account-based marketing (ABM) lists, focus campaigns, prioritize sales motions, and tailor their messaging to buyers who are pulling out their virtual wallets to buy now.
Bombora’s intent data allows InsideView users to see intent alerts within account records and delve into their full intent profiles when targeted companies show a surge in research activity.
InsideView news and social insights already indicate what companies and decision-makers are interested in. With the addition of intent data, InsideView customers can know not only what their targets are talking about, but when they are actively researching products like theirs.
InsideView Intent Data will be integrated throughout the InsideView platform. Customers can access and filter by intent data while they are building lists within InsideView Insights, InsideView Target, and InsideView Apex.
Intent signals will also appear in company records where users can drill down into details of a surge, including topics and surge scores. In a future release, users will also be able to receive email alerts for intent triggers when companies they care about show a spike of research activity.
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