Your SlideShare is downloading. ×

Know What the future holds With B2B Data Partners

41

Published on

B2Bdatapartners are useful for telling where new applications will be required, what procedures are being automated and which procedures need the support of IT service-product packages accurately, in …

B2Bdatapartners are useful for telling where new applications will be required, what procedures are being automated and which procedures need the support of IT service-product packages accurately, in real-time. B2B data marketing solutions have become viable, accessible and effective in the last decade. It is only now that master databases prepared for marketing campaigns run into tens of millions of records – all accessible through API products and other innovative deals.

Contact Information
Call(Toll Free): 1 800 382 4081
Email Us: info@b2bdatapartners.com
Contact Us: http://www.b2bdatapartners.com/contact-us.asp
Blog: http://www.b2bdatapartners.com/blog/
Website: http://www.b2bdatapartners.com/

Published in: Technology
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
41
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. What the Future holds IT Industry Primer
  • 2. Big profit margins, mega business parks and cutting- edge innovation have become almost inseparable from the IT industry. While we see a new generation of technology and service offers, there has been much talk about the big vessel struggling to cope in a sea of tumultuous economic changes. As announced by the Federal Reserve spokesperson, the US market recently made comeback as the top choice for investors in the ITsector Multiple of Pcs sold vs Macs Sold Although there had been a number of skeptical views about the US market through the last 5 years of stimulus packages, recent news from early October 2012 has it that assets and collaterals have started growing in value across dollar charts. Although one can smell a great deal of optimism growing back in the ‘land of opportunity’, statistics from the previous quarters show that there has been a steady lowering in PC sales, revenues generated and clients served. In many cases, companies which gained a larger number of active clients, have only tottered around their mean revenue mark through Q2 and Q3. 800-382-4081www.b2bdatapartners.com info@b2bdatapartners.com “YOU CAN ADAPT CHANGE OR DIE… IT’S REALLY THAT SIMPLE. THE WORLD IS CONSTANT CHANGE. IF ANYONE SHOULD BE LEADING THAT, IT’S YOU” – JEFFREY Hayzlett (Global Business Celebrity and Writer) Figure 1 - Fall in PC Sales (Source: Mashable.com) 60x 45x 30x 15x 0x 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 Asymco
  • 3. The IT sector is service based in philosophy. No matter what it develops in the products basket, it is only to provide the necessary service to an organization. In fact, the products mean nothing without tech support and other necessary supplements. As marketers ease into a more optimistic period, frontrunners are not sitting still. New avenues and major revenue generators for IT companies are startling. As most industrial sectors are expected to pick up pace towards the end of the third quarter (November-December 2012), low investment enterprises such as music studios, entertainment hubs and radio channels are showing the trends that get ITdecision makers interested. In fact, the hospitality and entertainment sectors have shown better health than was expected as a result of the bygone recession. The food industry is projected to grow by 67% by the end of this financial year say experts. Many such unlikely opportunities for the IT industry should evolve throughout the next financial year, and many modifications in IT companies are expected. Although the big revenue industries will show signs of attracting IT investors sooner than late, evolving departments in the electronic media seems to be bringing a sure shot winwin scenario. While the revenue generated from each food industry player could be a little less than sizeable, the approach ITdirectors are taking involves broader reach into the sector. 800-382-4081www.b2bdatapartners.com info@b2bdatapartners.com “Right now, most marketers approach their CEO with this mobile strategy… I have an iPhone app. We need to move beyond that. We need to involve more platforms so when my CEO asks for our mobile plan, I have a compelling strategy to reference.” – Jeffrey Hayzlett
  • 4. 800-382-4081www.b2bdatapartners.com info@b2bdatapartners.com 700000 600000 500000 400000 300000 200000 100000 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 Estimated number of food and accommodation business 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 Arts and Entertainment Revenues 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2220 2200 2180 2160 2140 2120 2100 2080 2060 2040 Number of farms Precentage of media consumption by individual 0 Most comebacks have been associated with a reduction in the average farm size, number of shows per media house, so on and so forth. In order to be able to provide small industry players with wide-network applications and intelligent supply chain management (SCM) and customer relationship management (CRM) systems, IT companies need to market themselves in a unique manner. Reaching the astronomical number of outlets, delivery chains, organic farms, restaurants, clubs, pubs, theater stages and studios can be time consuming. As a result, inbound marketing is a top choice. IT companies looking for positive change need sizeable marketing databases to move on.
  • 5. 800-382-4081www.b2bdatapartners.com info@b2bdatapartners.com B2Bdatapartners are useful for telling where new applications will be required, what procedures are being automated and which procedures need the support of IT service-product packages accurately, in real-time. Thankfully, B2B data marketing solutions have become viable, accessible and effective in the last decade. It is only now that master databases prepared for marketing campaigns run into tens of millions of records – all accessible throughAPI products and other innovative deals. While a sincerely careful approach is vital for revolutionizing the food and entertainment business models, there is always a breather hidden for the keenly prepared. Mushrooming enterprises could be the perfect quick-fix that IT directors groped for in the last few years. Building success on data solutions can sound like it is only half the battle won, but the future lies in data. For your growth in the near future, knowledge of the most likely revenue generators is the power you need. Many big businesses grow inordinately, only to topple over to the triumph of many small investment competitors.
  • 6. B2Bdatapartners is a Growth Enablement Partner for Clients across 83 countries helping extend reach to over 36 million top global executives across the world. B2Bdatapartners has transformed the way businesses work with cutting-edge data management technology, exhaustive data reach and digital marketing solutions. The Company is specialized in offering customized target database solutions based on the clients' requirements and business scope. B2Bdatapartners offers services that help clients with their complete business growth cycle. This includes sales, marketing, nurturing and customer service. For a business to work smoothly, all the communication has to work hand in hand. This is what B2Bdatapartners does to help companies grow globally. With its path breaking innovative digital marketing services and extended data reach, the Company is the only one of its kind that bets on getting paid only after helping clients grow their business like a 'Real Marketing Partner'. For further information please visit http://www.b2bdatapartners.com We are available at: Email: Call: 800-382-4081 info@b2bdatapartners.com About B2Bdatapartners 800-382-4081www.b2bdatapartners.com info@b2bdatapartners.com

×