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About Market2Lead

Marketing Automation and Lead Management - Market2Lead aims to help marketing departments create large opportunity funnels for Sales through automated demand generation campaigns and lead nurturing technology. The company enable users to generate more leads, better nurture leads, and deliver more, higher quality leads to sales.

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3940 Freedom Circle Suite 804

Santa Clara, California, 95054,

United States

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Latest Market2Lead News

Mr. Raab is Principal at Raab Associates Inc. Customer Experience Matrix: Oracle Buys Market2Lead Intellectual Assets

Jun 21, 2013

Customer Experience Matrix This is the blog of David M. Raab, marketing technology consultant and analyst. The blog is named for the Customer Experience Matrix, a tool to visualize marketing and operational interactions between a company and its customers. Tuesday, May 25, 2010 Oracle Buys Market2Lead Intellectual Assets Oracle tersely announced today that it had purchased the intellectual assets of demand generation vendor Market2Lead . This is an excellent fit for Oracle in that Market2Lead is a sophisticated product that is best suited to large, demanding marketing operations. Those are presumably the firms in Oracle's target market. Market2Lead CEO Geoff Rego explained some of the mechanics of the deal to me in a private conversation, but the details were not for publication. However, a blog post by Eloqua's Joe Payne confirms that existing Market2Lead customers will remain clients of Market2Lead, while Oracle itself will be purchasing the technology itself. The effect is that those customers will have the option to stay with Market2Lead or migrate elsewhere over time. Payne's post says that Eloqua and Market2Lead have been discussing a path for Market2Lead clients who prefer Eloqua to an Oracle relationship. The entry of Oracle into the demand generation space certainly reflects growing interest in the field. Note that Oracle's Seibel group already had a robust marketing automation solution for consumer marketers, so this does clarify that B2B marketing automation is different from B2C marketing automation. (This is why I prefer the term "demand generation" for B2B marketing automation, although it's been a losing battle. ) If there's a single major distinction between the two types of systems, it's the heavy reliance of B2B marketing automation on sales automation data, which in practical terms means reliance on Part of the reason the deal was structured as a purchase of assets may be that Oracle is a major rival to, and thus neither firm is all that interested in cooperating with the other. I've been arguing for some time that we can expect an eventual merger of CRM and demand generation systems. The Oracle / Market2Lead deal seems a step in this direction: at the ownership level, those systems will now be integrated, even though they may remain fairly distinct technically. This would actually mirror the structure of Siebel's own merger of CRM and marketing automation components, which also used separate-though-synchronized databases the last time I looked. A related question is whether this deal also heralds the start of consolidation among demand generation vendors. I do think the industry is overcrowded, but growth rates are still so high that I don't see that consolidation happening quite yet. Most of the activity has been among smaller businesses, who are not the primary clients for Oracle or Market2Lead. So I don't see other vendors as feeling much pressure as a result of this deal. Of course, this could change if Oracle pursues small business marketers directly, but I'd guess that it will take some time before they have a major impact.

Market2Lead Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Market2Lead founded?

    Market2Lead was founded in 2003.

  • Where is Market2Lead's headquarters?

    Market2Lead's headquarters is located at 3940 Freedom Circle, Santa Clara.

  • What is Market2Lead's latest funding round?

    Market2Lead's latest funding round is Asset Sale.

  • Who are the investors of Market2Lead?

    Investors of Market2Lead include Oracle and Rainmaker Systems.

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