Overall Satisfaction with Adobe Marketo Engage
My prior two companies both use Adobe Marketo Engage. At NITA, it was used by the marketing and sales department, and at ABILITY, it was used exclusively by the marketing department. Efficiency was the key at both companies as it allowed us to automate a number of time-consuming processes. It was a welcome addition when we implemented it at NITA.
- Dynamic content
- Marketing automation
- Integrating with other software in your tech stack
- As marketers, analytics is always something we could use more of so improvement would be welcomed here
- More opportunities to filter lists would be great
- Offer some easier to use versions for smaller companies that aren't able to take advantage of the full suite
- Product Launches
- Lead Management
- Prospecting / New Business
The goal for everything was to automate as many processes ads possible so the sales team could have leads sent to them by the system rather than sending their own outreach and cold calling. For the marketing team, we wanted to send out timely, relevant, and interesting content to segmented audiences and used features like personalization, dynamic content, and others allowing us to do it with ease.
Adobe Marketo Engage was the winner of our RFP process because of their willingness to develop an API to integrate with our very customized CRM and their robust functionality. In terms of functionality, we would have been able to do most of what we wanted with some of the other platforms we looked at but knowing what we were up against in terms of CRM integration made Adobe Marketo Engage the choice in the end.
250,000 to 1 million
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Would you buy Adobe Marketo Engage again?
The larger the company, the more I would recommend Adobe Marketo Engage. It is a very robust system and takes some resources, specifically staff, to get the most out of it. It can still greatly benefit a smaller company, but the price point isn't always palatable for smaller companies that don't have the dedicated staff to get the most bang for their buck.