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Elastic Solutions, a provider of webinar-based marketing solutions that increase target audience engagement, drive demand and accelerate revenues, has been the solution provider for InfoSystems‘ webinar series, ‘Don’t Let Your CEO Lose Sleep Over This…’
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About Elastic Solutions
Elastic Solutions provides webinar-based marketing solutions and lead generation services that increase target audience engagement, drive demand, and accelerate sales opportunities through the pipeline more effectively.
From virtual event and webcasting technology for your demand generation, training and corporate communications needs, to marketing services that get businesses in front of the right people with the right message at the right time, and drive more leads in the process, Elastic Solutions improves the ways businesses communicate with their target audience.
The company is headquartered in Houston, TX at 3100 South Gessner Road, Suite 135. To learn more, please visit www.elasticroi.com and/or call 832.831.5844. We look forward to working with you.
Lead generation is the life-blood of any sales force and the chief function of any marketing team. Unfortunately, too many B2B organizations aren’t equipped to do it the right way and what you’re left with are leads that aren’t qualified or ‘sales ready’, a dry pipeline and unaligned sales and marketing teams that are constantly playing the blame game. If you’re seeing this in your organization, here are three reasons you should consider outsourcing your lead generation to somebody that does it for a living
1. It’s more cost effective
Think of all of the costs involved to build an in-house lead generation engine – inside sales reps (ISRs) with their salaries, benefits and monthly expenses; sales managers to manage them with their salaries, benefits and monthly expenses; technology, both software and hardware, to help manage the process; offices to house them (they’ve got to sit somewhere don’t they?), etc. The list goes on and on. What if you could outsource it to a team that has all of this covered? What if you could have 1-2 (+) people dedicated to your account and you pay them on a retainer basis? Or what about performance-based contracts, meaning you only pay for the leads delivered to you that meet a pre-determined criteria? You’re not paying for garbage, you’re paying for quality. Sounds enticing, doesn’t it?
2. It’s not what you do…
“If you think it’s expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur.” – Red Adair (and fellow Houstonian)
It’s simply not what you do. You don’t have the process or technologies in place; you don’t have the people that have the experience to get the job done; and a lot of the time the good people you do have are completely out of bandwidth, meaning you’re out of resources to do the job right. Outsource this function to professionals that can provide the horsepower you need while you and your team focus on closing business. “Get the right people on the bus and the wrong people off the bus.” – Jim Collins, Author of Good to Great
3. Your sales reps are entitled
That might sound aggressive, but it’s true. Today’s B2B sales reps, more often than not, want qualified leads delivered to them on a silver platter and they’re not willing to make the amount of touches necessary to drive leads. And when you tell them that’s a part of their role, they begrudgingly do it. This leads to resentment amongst your sales team, which leads to unenthusiastic calls (in terms of first impressions, having the wrong tone can be an absolute killer), poorly scripted out emails, and overall poor results. And for your sales reps that aren’t entitled, many times they’re getting poor training because their managers and supervisors don’t know how to implement an effective lead-gen strategy. Remember, it’s not what they do (see reason # 2). This is an instance where outsourcing this function to a lead generation partner is a necessity. Look at the commitment it takes to drive a sale. Ask yourself, “Is my team willing and ready to do this?”
If you’re current ISRs are doing a poor job of filling the calendar and the pipeline, and you’re looking to get more return on your lead-gen investment, outsourcing should be at the top of your to-do list. Just make sure you do your due diligence on your lead-gen partner of choice. There are a lot of swindlers out there that muddy up the waters for the rest of us!