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Promoting more effective business software

Ingenium has recently allowed a business software company to spread the word about how they helped a major non-profit organisation work more effectively.

Our client offers many different business software tools, from solutions to help resolve customer inquiries to ways to manage sales leads and associated data. They have offices across the English-speaking world.

Our client was seeking to promote a case study detailing how they had helped a large umbrella organisation streamline its customer support. Working with Ingenium allowed them to contact decision makers, particularly in IT-related roles, across Local and Central Government and the wider not-for-profit sector. Ingenium’s data, tagged to job function, meant that our client was able to contact people working in various IT and Digital roles, targeting them on the basis of their individual area of expertise rather than their job title.

Leveraging the power of two of our respected neutral news brands meant that we could ensure a wider readership for our client’s content. As the campaign continues, more and more people interacting with our client’s collateral is turn giving them more potential leads.

Helping a Major Microsoft Partner in Public and in Private

A major Microsoft partner organisation has just launched another campaign in collaboration with Ingenium and our sister community, Opus.

Our client is one of the biggest Microsoft partners, working in over 20 countries and having won multiple awards throughout the world for their work. They help customers with adoption processes, data protection and operational governance.

Having worked with us six times recently, our client is now collaborating with us again to promote an upcoming free event in London aimed at both IT experts and business leaders, helping them to maximise the potential of new Microsoft tools. This event is being promoted through both Ingenium, the UK’s most comprehensive Public Sector contact database, and Opus, the premier contact community of UK business leaders. This means that our campaign is being sent to decision-makers including IT technical leads, chief executives, legal professionals and marcomms managers from the Private Sector, and in Local and Central Government and the NHS. This ‘two-pronged’ approach means that our client can contact key stakeholders in both sectors, with a message best suited to be of interest to them.

Several of our previous campaigns with this client have resulted in a number of highly positive direct replies, as well as sign-ups for the event. We look forward to replicating this success as the event promotion continues, and as we work with this client again on another upcoming promotion.

Cloud computing knowledge shared with Ingenium

Five years have passed since the UK government made it obligatory for Central Government departments to prioritise cloud-based solutions in their computing. However, newly-discovered statistics show that while awareness of this requirement is high, the actual uptake of cloud technology across Government and other Public Sector organisations has been surprisingly low.

Ingenium recently partnered with a leading software company specialising in network management tools and other solutions to promote these findings and more in a new thought-leadership piece. Having worked with Ingenium on a number of previous occasions, our partner has already seen a high level of interest in their whitepaper, shared through one of our respected Public Sector news brands. Promoted to Government and NHS decision-makers, Ingenium and our bespoke email client allowed us to target the specific job functions most likely to be interested in our partner’s findings.

The piece continues to be downloaded and read, allowing our partner to generate more leads and have more and better conversations about their own range of specialised IT solutions.