We helped our client’s team adapt its marketing approach for a portfolio of intelligent business applications. Our client needed to adapt to customer needs, integrate important features, and manage communication changes to those affected. Through detailed project management and strong storytelling, we successfully aligned stakeholders, got executive approval on approach, and created a positive experience for the technology company’s internal sellers, external partners, and customers.
Every day, companies are challenged to innovate. To stay ahead of emerging trends, they must take advantage of new opportunities that meet customer demand. With every new challenge, businesses get the chance to learn, change, and grow. Thriving in an era of digital transformation requires technology companies to go beyond siloed reactions when addressing issues and reimagining processes.
Rewriting your marketing story and giving people the right tools can potentially turn a challenging situation into a positive, revenue-growing experience for internal sellers, external partners, and affected customers.
CRM (customer relationship management) and ERP (enterprise resource planning) can help increase revenue growth and profitability for a business. CRM systems manage customer interactions, whereas ERP systems improve a business’ efficiency within its processes. Our client offers both solutions to help bring customers and businesses together. Using AI (artificial intelligence) driven insights, the technology leader uses intelligent business applications to help companies effectively manage and deliver results.
Our client’s team was determining how to best market an emerging technology. This group’s goal was to transition the technology’s features and functionality into a new product with minimized customer disruption.
The technology giant wanted to launch mixed reality products into the portfolio of an interdependently operated entity within its family of companies. Mixed reality is a blend of physical and digital worlds, with links between human, computer, and environment interaction. Our client prioritized earning mindshare by co-marketing and co-selling the product with the broader portfolio. Earned mindshare would keep our client on track to hit yearly revenue targets for mixed reality apps. Landing key customer accounts was crucial to meeting revenue targets as well.
The technology company also wanted to keep customer escalations close to zero during application transition. Furthermore, the company looked to enhance its end-of-life management for earlier product versions. Minimized customer disruption would enable a successful transition to the new product, raise market awareness, and prevent sales and marketing challenges.
A team of experts from The Spur Group conducted a thorough analysis of the task at hand. We set the stage for a marketing transformation that redefined the internal organization’s role. Working collaboratively with numerous stakeholders across the company to secure executive approval, we:
Throughout the collaborative process, our teams worked through multiple challenges, including establishing mixed reality as an enhancement across our client’s solutions as one app was phased out.
Another obstacle we successfully worked through involved stakeholder alignment across teams in marketing, engineering, and business planning. Alignment allowed our client to obtain executive-level approval for the application transition and customer communications.
Our client trusted us to effectively work through challenges after observing a fellow consultant from The Spur Group successfully deliver in their organization. This client wanted similar support for their team. Our consultants entered the project with a broad range of experience and expertise, allowing them to adapt to frequent changes in project priorities and client pain points.
Updated mixed reality content and a smooth application transition resulted in zero customer escalations and positive feedback from sellers and partners. Through our efforts to execute tactical and strategic activities for a marketing transformation, the organization’s internal sellers, external partners, and affected customers experienced a positive transition.
By collaborating to foster a strong team, we allowed internal sellers and external partners to coordinate their efforts. The project’s outcome improved the number and quality of field and partner resources for selling products to key customers.
The collaboration enabled our client to produce yearly revenue targets for products and increase visibility for executives and various teams. We helped establish the new product as an enhancement across the organization’s solutions while producing customer satisfaction and achieving a positive product transition with zero customer escalations.
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We helped our client streamline its rhythm of business and go-to-market approach, and increased efficiency through adopting this specific process.