Previously unidentified EMEA leads that existed in database were identified & routed based on IP address
Leads in the database that weren’t properly identified as belonging to existing accounts were automatically matched
Lead scoring model now identifies “target accounts” and automatically assigns to and notifies proper account executives
SmartAcre worked with Smartling to develop a custom account-based lead assignment model using HubSpot and Salesforce. This was executed by creating a custom formula that compares the domain in a lead’s email address to all website domains listed in existing accounts to identify a match.
First, we used Salesforce Process Builder and Flows to find if the lead’s email matches an existing account’s domain. If the lead is matched to an existing account, the workflow assigns the lead to the Account Executive who currently owns that account and alerts them via a “new strategic lead notification.”
Next, we had to build in the logic for unassigned leads or with inactive owners. Leads need to be assigned to either the North America or EMEA sales queues to be assigned via a round-robin rotation. For the leads that don’t have country data, we used the HubSpot property “IP country” and mapped it to Salesforce. We then used country to determine the region based on several custom Salesforce workflows and formulas. The region field determined whether the lead was assigned to the North America or EMEA sales teams.
After the new lead assignment process was implemented, we created a blended lead grading and scoring model. We initially provided strategy and consulting and then facilitated a team review session to adjust the model to align with the sales team’s input. Through this model, leads with a Grade of A are passed directly to sales. Leads with other grades require different thresholds of behavioral scoring in order to meet the MQL criteria which allow them to be passed to sales.
Smartling’s content solution helps brands gain a more competitive global position by transforming the way their content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s technology, the Global Fluency Platform, helps brands access new markets, more customers and greater value. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees. For more information, visit: www.smartling.com.
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