B2B data hygiene vendor Openprise announced the availability of Openprise Agile CDP, the “first and only B2B Customer Data Platform (CDP) built on a data orchestration platform.” As a data orchestration platform, Openprise offers a single customer view combined with no-code business rules, third-party data, and business process automation.
Openprise emphasizes the advantage of being a data orchestration platform with a B2B CDP. “Because it’s built on the Openprise Data Orchestration Platform, Openprise Agile CDP includes all the capabilities Openprise has developed over the years to improve data quality in tools like Salesforce and Marketo—including lead routing, account scoring, and attribution—advanced features not typically found in traditional CDPs.”
Openprise supports data unification, data enrichment, normalization, deduplication, lead-to-account matching, and lead-to-contact conversion. Analytical tools include advanced segmentation, lead and account scoring, ABM activity analysis, campaign attribution, lead routing, and account assignment.
“One of the biggest challenges marketers face is making sure their systems of record deliver accurate, high-quality data to drive marketing initiatives. A CDP solution that automates all the critical business processes required to make the data work gives marketers high confidence in the accuracy and quality of the data they manage.”Julian Archer, VP, Principal Analyst in the Marketing Operations Research Service at SiriusDecisions
Openprise claims it can be up and running within ninety-days, much faster than its competitors. Firms can build custom apps with automated business processes, package them as an API, and create web-based UIs and Chrome extensions for end-users. Openprise no-code app use cases include advanced segmentation, attribution, upsell, and cross-sell.
The Openprise data marketplace supports data enrichment from leading B2B and B2C vendors, including Zoominfo, Dun & Bradstreet, InsideView, Sales Genie (Infogroup), Cognism, Bombora, KickFire, Synthio, Oceanos (TechTarget), Acxiom, Bing, and Google Places. Once enriched, data is normalized based upon customer-defined and Openprise taxonomic rules. Normalization ensures that key values such as addresses, industry codes, job functions, and job levels follow a standard set of rules and taxonomic codes.