Demandbase unveiled a pair of CRM connectors for HubSpot and MSD 365. The bi-directional, native integrations allow Demandbase One to push data into the CRMs for automated workflows, Lead-to-Account mapping, tracking, and responding to engagement activity. Syncing is performed nightly.
“This release creates a unified interface that empowers revenue operations, sales, and marketing teams to grow predictable pipeline and close larger deals,” blogged Demandbase Senior Product Marketing Manager Travis Breier. “The integrations enable a variety of rich workflows for customers to enhance their analytics, derive valuable insights, target more efficiently, and build reporting that aligns with their own CRM data set and their GTM needs.”
Demandbase launched the unified first and third-party view in its Salesforce connector this summer and has now expanded it to two other leading CRMs.
Demandbase feeds intent and engagement data, firmographics, technographics, and Demandbase Calculated Fields into CRMs. With this data, operations can create CRM custom sales views, reports, and dashboards that display website activity, intent, and heatmaps. Sales reps can view both sales intelligence and engagement data from a unified view.
Furthermore, CRM data is available for list building and filtering in Demandbase One. Users can define selectors, set up orchestration, create Demandbase campaigns, visualize and apply Demandbase intent and predictive scores, analyze journeys, and build reports. Furthermore, “accurate account identification, combined with their CRM data, also means better predictive models, marketing and sales alerts, personalization opportunities, and more.”
For example, past opportunity data from the CRMs are now available to Demandbase pipeline predict and qualification scoring models to assist with account prioritization. Demandbase also helps, “align messaging to each stage” of the buyer’s journey and assists with list building and campaign execution.
Conversely, Demandbase is syncing its insights (e.g., intent data, web traffic, most engaged contacts) with the CRM, helping reps prioritize accounts and prepare for account interactions. Insights include Demandbase’s configurable data, such as its scores and engagement minutes that populate custom fields.
Demandbase brought firmographic, contact, and technographics databases in-house following the May 2021 acquisitions of InsideView (firmographics, contacts, and event triggers) and DemandMatrix (technographics). Intent data includes first and third-party intelligence such as Surging Intent, Demandbase Keyword Intent, Campaign Responses, and Web Page Visits.
“Both of these integrations improve orchestration, delivering greater sales and marketing alignment and a friction-free experience,” stated Demandbase.
“These integrations ensure our customers who use Dynamics 365 and HubSpot CRM realize the full value of the Demandbase platform. Pairing Demandbase natively with the CRM allows our customers to orchestrate a seamless go-to-market motion with full alignment between marketing and sales. We’re providing the full power of our Account Intelligence in these connected systems and saving sales and marketing teams time by providing them actionable insights wherever they want to consume them. The result is better performance with less manual effort at every stage of the customer journey.”Demandbase CPO Brewster Stanislaw
Demandbase is not done with the connectors. It plans to add additional functionality to the CRMs, including “new sales-focused experiences, additional capabilities in the Demandbase app in Dynamics, enhanced Lead-To-Account functionality, and the ability to automate and scale account-based / people-based plays directly from your activities.”
Demandbase supports both HubSpot CRM and Marketing Automation platforms.