6sense was named Organization of the Year by Business Intelligence Group. It’s not the first time 6sense has been recognized in 2020. A handful of other organizations have also awarded 6sense distinctions earlier in the year. According to 6sense’s CMO, Latané Conant, this is a time to reflect on 6sense’s progress, but at the same time, it’s important not to get complacent. The award speaks volumes about the company, given 6sense’s competitive market.
The leader in Account Engagement Platforms, 6sense, has recently garnered recognition in the form of Organization of the Year. The award was given by Business Intelligence Group. And it’s not the first time organizations have saluted 6sense this year. It turns out that it’s just one of many the platform has earned.
In fact, some of the organizations that have recognized 6sense include:
° The Forrester New Wave
° Inc. Magazine
° The American Business Awards
° Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA CODiE)
That’s a heaping of praise.
According to Latané Conant, the CMO of 6sense, the need for predictable and reliable revenue is of prime importance right now. This recognition affords 6sense the opportunity to look back at all the organization has achieved.
Contant commented further, adding that 6sense has no intention of becoming complacent with this award, and will continue to push the boundaries in account-based marketing and sales.
This award really means something, considering the competitive market 6sense is currently in. Marketing solutions have been on the rise in 2020. It matters because it’s an “incredibly competitive market, and only accurate, data-driven solutions that tackle relevant problems with proven ROI can survive.”
The Sales and Marketing Technology Awards, hails international organizations that help prospects and customers.
Chief Nominations Officer, Business Intelligence Group, Maria Jimenez, said that they’re proud to recognize 6sense in this way. It’s 6sense’s dedication to its industry that will help everybody connect to each other.
Original article from MarTech Series on 4 August 2020.