This is part 4 of our new blog series on automated data onboarding / list loading. Last time we started covering data preparation tasks. Today we will finish discussing the rest of the data preparation tasks. If you need to read the previous parts of this blog series, you can find them here, here, and […]
The Problem Link scanners / spam filters / click bots are network security devices enterprise IT deploys to block links to risky websites. These devices will click on every link within an email you send before the email is delivered to the recipient’s email server. These phantom clicks are sometimes followed by real human clicks, […]
Welcome back to our blog series on automated data onboarding / list loading. If you miss the introduction, you can find it here. If you missed the second blog on setting up the input, you can find it here. Step 2: Set Up Automated Tasks Automated tasks for list loading—or any data driven process for […]
Welcome back to our blog series on automated data onboarding / list loading. If you missed the introduction, you can find it here. Step 1: Set Up an Input File & a Shared Folder The first step in automating list loading is to set up how data enters the process. You need a standard file […]
Following the great reception of our blog series on data deduplication and data enrichment, we are starting a new blog series on the topic of automated data onboarding and list loading. This blog series walks you through the mechanic of how to automate your list loading process. Let’s get started, shall we? Introduction Despite the […]
One of the main challenges for Sales Ops is sales territory modeling—designing and maintaining a well-balanced sales territory so that you can maximize your sales team’s productivity.
Getting the right lead to the right rep is exceptionally important in boosting your conversion rate. For any sizable organization with a distributed sales team, accurate and timely lead routing is always a challenge. Poorly performing lead routing processes have these symptoms: Low accuracy – The lead is often routed to the wrong person or […]
This is part 7 of our blog series on data enrichment. Once you have your requirements clearly defined and have assembled a shortlist of data providers to evaluate, it’s time to run a match test. Here are some recommendations and tips on how to run an efficient and effective multi-vendor match test.
More often than not, the issue with data quality is not the absence of data, but incomplete, non-uniform, and unstructured data. Consider these alternatives to paid services.