Leading Associations Turn to ON24 for Member Engagement and Revenue Growth

first_imgAARP, ISM, ANA and More Choose ON24 to Educate Members and Drive Sponsorships Through Webinar-Based ProgramsWith 51% of associations reporting flat or declining membership and nearly 40% saying a lack of engagement is the reason members don’t renew, national associations like AARP, The American Nurse Association (ANA), Institute of Supply Management, and ESMO, are turning to ON24, the marketing technology leader helping associations create live, always-on and personalized digital experiences to facilitate awareness, provide value to members, and increase revenue streams.Associations have traditionally relied on in-person chapter events and regional conferences for member engagement. In the digital age, associations are evolving to use webinar programs powered by the ON24 Platform for their programming, certifications, and training needs. Webinars give associations the ability to engage global audiences and provide members with valuable content. Additionally, webinars optimize resources, by saving associations time and money while attracting more sponsorship and revenue opportunities.“Associations depend on ON24 to help connect with and provide value to their unique memberships,” says Joe Hyland, CMO, ON24. “We’re proud to help associations better understand their audience and members, to create high value content, provide insights for potential sponsors, adapt to new industry trends and more. It’s a true win-win: members get more insightful, relevant content, while associations better understand their key stakeholders.”Marketing Technology News: Expanse Appoints Sherry Lowe as Chief Marketing OfficerLeading associations accelerate their growth and reach through ON24, achieving the following outcomes and results:Creating Scale, Optimizing Efficiency: For its flagship webinar during National Nurses Week, the American Nurses Association’s achieved more than 11,000 registrations through ON24 — an increase of more than 40% over the previous year. The webinar featured a live video broadcast to more than 6,000 viewers in 4,500 locations. It reduced time spent by staff on the event creation by 65% over previous webinar providers.Driving Attendees and Conversions: AARP set an all-time high for registrants thanks to ON24, with nearly 14,000 people signed up for its “The Health Care Law: What It Means for People with Medicare” webcast. The event also experienced a greater than 50% registrant to attendee conversion rate.Saving time and money: ESMO achieved an estimated 25% savings over its previous webinar solution. Along with a lower-priced webinar platform, there were additional labor and time savings from not having to deal with accessibility and technical issues.Building community with stakeholders is crucial for these organizations, and webinars serve as a key touchpoint for association memberships.Marketing Technology News: NCC Media and OpenAP Announce Advanced TV Partnership“My members can’t stop complimenting us on how much they love attending our new webinars and classes,” says Tom Martin, Director, Learning Solutions, Institute for Supply Management, which has 50,000 members across 100 countries. “ON24 has been key to making our members fall in love with us all over again.”ON24 sees the benefits of its platform as well. Thanks to a webinar-first marketing program, the company announced it’s rapidly approaching $100 million in ARR and it now serves more than 2,000 customers worldwide, including 40 of the Fortune 100. The company reached more than 1 billion engagement minutes in 2018 and is a truly global solution across industries. ON24 now serves 9 out of the top 10 technology companies, 7 out of the 10 asset management firms, 6 out of the top 10 accounting firms, and 8 out of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies.Marketing Technology News: Criteo Direct Bidder Support Announced for Accelerated Mobile Pages Leading Associations Turn to ON24 for Member Engagement and Revenue Growth PRNewswireJune 21, 2019, 7:11 pmJune 21, 2019 AARPAmerican Nurse AssociationJoe HylandMarketing TechnologyNewsON24 Previous ArticleInsite Software Announces Major New Enhancements for InsiteCommerceNext ArticleAdaptive Ad Systems Completes Installation of New Ad-Insertion Equipment on National Cable TV Systems Adds 40,000 Additional Subscriberslast_img read more

Tokio Marine Nichido Selects Salesforce to Exceed Customer Expectations at Every Touchpoint

first_img crmMarketing TechnologyNewsNichido Fire InsuranceSalesforceTokio Marine Previous ArticleOptimizely Announces Series D Funding Led by Goldman Sachs, Catapulting Digital Experience Optimization Into the MainstreamNext ArticleActiveViam Receives Investment from Guidepost Growth Equity Tokio Marine & Nichido Selects Salesforce to Exceed Customer Expectations at Every Touchpoint PRNewswireJune 24, 2019, 5:53 pmJune 24, 2019 Leading Insurance Provider in Japan Deploys Salesforce to Support Its 50,000 Insurance Agencies and One Million Insurance AgentsSalesforce, the global leader in CRM, announced that Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co., Ltd.—one of the largest property and casualty insurance providers in Japan—selected Salesforce to unify every customer touchpoint across its corporate and sales, call centers, insurance agencies and marketing divisions onto a single CRM platform. With Salesforce, Tokio Marine & Nichido will get a 360-degree view of its customers, a deeper understanding of their needs and the ability to deliver highly personalized products and services at scale.The pace of innovation in the Fourth Industrial Revolution has led to high demand for financial services companies to provide customer experiences that meet diverse needs. To address this shift, Tokio Marine & Nichido established a mid-term business plan entitled, “To Be a Good Company 2020—’Becoming No. 1 in Quality’ Exceeding Customers’ Expectations.” The plan is the company’s commitment to using new technologies to enhance its products and services and transform customer experiences.Marketing Technology News: Whitebox Raises $5 Million in Series A Funding to Accelerate eCommerce “Factory Floor to Front Door” Tech PlatformTokio Marine & Nichido selected Salesforce to support its 50,000 insurance agencies and one million insurance agents in Japan. With Salesforce, the agencies will have the technology they need to get a complete view of their customers and their needs, and the agents will have the tools to increase productivity and build deeper, trusted customer relationships. In addition, the company is unifying its business on Salesforce across its corporate and sales, call centers, insurance agencies and marketing divisions—bringing every customer touchpoint onto a single CRM platform to deliver personalized engagement at scale and exceed customer expectations every step of the way.Marketing Technology News: LiveVox and TDECU Share Keys to Optimizing the Customer Experience in a Digital Environment at CCW 2019“The insurance industry is going through a period of transformational change as policyholders demand seamless and transparent experiences with insurance companies,” said Rohit Mahna, SVP and GM, Salesforce Financial Services. “They expect their insurance agent to know their individual needs and provide personalized service at every touchpoint. We are excited to partner with Tokio Marine on their journey to becoming a true customer-focused company and help them navigate the changing industry landscape.”Tokio Marine & Nichido’s digital transformation with Salesforce includes Salesforce Financial Services Cloud, Community Cloud, Einstein Analytics, Marketing Cloud, Pardot and the Salesforce Lightning Platform.Marketing Technology News: Global Software Leaders Xero and Stripe Join Forces to Bring Seamless Payments to Millions of Small Businesseslast_img read more

Rosberg happy to see Hamilton break all records

first_imgSILVERSTONE, England (Reuters) – Nico Rosberg can see Lewis Hamilton smashing Michael Schumacher’s records to become Formula One’s most successful driver, and the Briton’s former Mercedes team mate says he feels pretty good about it.The German is the only man to beat Hamilton over a season in the V6 turbo hybrid era that started in 2014 and the more success Hamilton has, the more lustre it adds to his own achievement.”It is definitely not a bad thing when I see him (Hamilton) going on to become the best of all-time and beating Schumacher’s records,” the 2016 champion told Reuters at the British Grand Prix on Saturday.”It makes me think “OK, Nico, you have done quite a good job.” Related News {{category}} {{time}} {{title}}center_img If Valtteri Bottas, Hamilton’s current team mate and battered title rival, wants any tips — not that Rosberg feels the Finn needs any help from him — then he can expect plenty of sacrifice and suffering.Rosberg revealed that he spent up to eight hours a week with a sports psychologist during that 2016 season, undergoing the mental equivalent of boot camp to beat the one man with the same machinery.”Two hours every second day of mental training. It was a huge process and just gave me so much and that’s one of the big reasons why I ended up being world champion,” said the German, who retired days after winning his title.Son of 1982 world champion Keke, Rosberg started working with the psychologist in 2007, after a debut season with Williams, but ramped it up significantly for that final campaign.”I just dedicated my whole every single breathing second of my life to winning that next race and becoming world champion,” he said.”Lewis drove me to go searching for ways to be better than I ever thought I could be because he’s the best of all time, or going towards the best of all time.”So of course to beat him you need to rise above everything you have. It’s the only way to win.”And at the end of the weekend, there is no switching off and forgetting either.”That is the tough thing about F1. It affects your wife, your mum and dad. It is not like you go home and it is all done,” said Rosberg, happy to have closed that chapter in his life.”It affects everybody. That is why it is so intense. The suffering and the joy goes all the way to your home. That never stops.”MOTIVATIONHamilton is heading for a sixth championship, one short of Schumacher’s career tally, and has 79 career wins compared to the Ferrari great’s 91.The Briton already holds the record for pole positions and has won more than half the races since the V6s were introduced in 2014.Compatriot Jenson Button, the 2009 champion, told reporters he could see Hamilton winning 10 titles before he was done but Rosberg said that would depend on the 34-year-old’s other interests.”Equalling Schumacher’s record has to be a motivation. He has this historic chance and he realistically knows he can do it. He has the car, he has the team and the regulations are not changing before 2021,” said the German.”He can equal him next year, in terms of championships, and beat him on race wins and become the best of all time. That has to be hugely motivating. It has to be. It is such an opportunity.”Rosberg, at Silverstone to promote a behavioural science programme with beer brand Heineken’s ‘When You Drive, Never Drink’ campaign, said Bottas had come back strongly from a poor 2018 season but could not afford to let the momentum slip.”He’s been struggling as of late, a little bit back to the Valtteri of last year lately, so he always needs to be careful,” he said.”If there’s too many of these last year Valtteris, then you’re going to be out.”And Lewis just gets more and more confidence and then he’s off and away again. He needs to try to keep fighting and not allow Lewis to get that self confidence.”Rosberg said the real Hamilton rarely turned up in practice — “Lewis just can’t really be bothered on Fridays” — but Saturday and Sunday was another story.”I always used to work so hard on Friday, and do the setup of the car, and then this guy comes and finally commits himself and with his natural talent, very often also taking all the setup work that I’ve done, and just out-qualifying me. “It’s horrible.” (Reporting by Alan Baldwin, editing by Toby Davis)last_img read more

Indias diesel demand set for detour as drivers switch to gasoline

first_imgIndia’s diesel demand set for detour as drivers switch to gasolineA slowdown in demand growth in India – one of Asia’s biggest diesel guzzlers – could add to a persistent glut of diesel in the region, fuelled in part by strong exports from China, and put pressure on regional refining profit margins.advertisement Reuters New DelhiJuly 12, 2019UPDATED: July 12, 2019 18:51 IST A steady decline in diesel’s discount to gasoline has seen sales of diesel-powered cars fall. (Photo: PTI/File)HIGHLIGHTSIndia’s strong diesel demand growth is decoupling from the car marketMotorists are increasingly turning to gasoline vehiclesA slowdown in demand growth in India could add to a persistent glut of diesel in the regionIndia’s strong diesel demand growth is decoupling from the car market as motorists increasingly turn to gasoline vehicles, leaving it more reliant on patchy demand from construction and heavy industry.A slowdown in demand growth in India – one of Asia’s biggest diesel guzzlers – could add to a persistent glut of diesel in the region, fuelled in part by strong exports from China, and put pressure on regional refining profit margins.Transportation has historically accounted for two-thirds of India’s diesel use, but a steady decline in diesel’s discount to gasoline has seen sales of diesel-powered cars fall to a record low share of total sales, according to industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM).This diminishing draw from autos means diesel demand growth in Asia’s third-largest economy could now depend mainly on government and company infrastructure spending, rather than daily use by an increasingly mobile population.India’s economy grew at its slowest pace in more than four years in the March quarter and the risk of a wider fiscal deficit threatens government spending as private investment falls, leaving the outlook for construction activity appears uncertain over the near to medium term.The largest drivers of diesel demand growth in India are commercial vehicles including trucks and public transport, where consumption is linked to the overall economy, followed by passenger vehicles, said K Ravichandran, senior vice president at ICRA, a unit of Moody’s Investors Service.”India’s diesel demand growth will largely depend on the performance of the economy, now that diesel passenger vehicles have become less glamorous as the price differential with petrol is coming down,” Ravichandran said. GEAR SHIFTDiesel-powered cars accounted for 19 per cent of total car sales in India in the 2018/19 financial year, compared with nearly 50 per cent of sales in 2012/13, according to SIAM.That drop in diesel-fuelled auto sales in turn contributed to slower diesel consumption growth, from roughly 7 per cent annually from 2010 through 2013, to 3 per cent for 2018-19, according to data from the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural gas.Industry executives expect diesel sales to continue to struggle as diesel’s historical price advantage to gasoline diminishes.In 2010, diesel traded at a roughly 23 rupees ($0.33) per litre discount to gasoline, but is now less than 7 rupees cheaper, according Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell, a think-tank attached to the federal oil ministry.”The motivation for owning a diesel vehicle is basically the pricing. With that price differential reducing, there is going to be a preference for petrol vehicles,” said M K Surana, the chairman of India’s third largest state refiner Hindustan Petroleum Corp LtdSurana expects diesel demand to grow 2.5 per cent to 3 per cent in 2019/20, below the India’s petroleum ministry’s initial projections of 3.5 per cent. The auto sector also expects diesel to struggle.Maruti Suzuki India Ltd, India’s biggest automaker, will stop making diesel cars next fiscal year, blaming uncertain fuel prices and stricter emission standards.Also read | Domestic automobile sales decline 12.34 per cent in June 2019Also read | MG Motor India contributes towards girl child education using proceeds from Hector salesFor the latest World Cup news, live scores and fixtures for World Cup 2019, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for World Cup news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnumika Bahukhandi Tags :Follow Diesel demandFollow diesel in indiaFollow Gasoline Nextlast_img read more

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