With their unique combination of cutting-edge marketing automation functionality and experienced lead management specialists, LeadLife offers organizations the technology to create sophisticated lead management strategies backed by experts with the know-how to ensure these campaigns are developed and executed effectively.

LeadLife Marketing Automation Technology was developed to include powerful features that are simple to use. Utilizing the software and the expertise behind it, organizations have a brainy, brawny solution to nurture and increase qualified leads and accurately measure campaign results, improve sales conversions and decrease sales cycle time and enhance visibility into the sales pipeline.

LeadLife can be scaled to support both SMBs and enterprise-level businesses, with a web-based architecture and monthly subscription pricing. It's ideal for companies in the healthcare, IT and consulting industries.

In addition to powerful lead scoring and segmentation, LeadLife offers email nurturing, behavioral tracking, customized landing pages and seamless CRM integration. Highlights of the newest version include a visual campaign builder that eliminates campaign whiteboarding with intuitive drag-and-drop functionality built into the palette. There's also a rules builder that lets users set rules for just about anything and more than 50 pre-built reports for campaign analytics and forecasting.

These features are bundled with a Lead Management Specialist that helps each company design and execute effective, successful sales and marketing programs.

 

 

Build Your Own Landing Pages
Build Your Own Landing Pages

Build Your Own Landing Pages

Create Lead Nurturing Tracks

Create Lead Nurturing Tracks

Intuitive Campaign Builder

Intuitive Campaign Builder

Send Real-Time Sales Alerts

Send Real-Time Sales Alerts

Track Your Prospects’ Behavior

Track Your Prospects’ Behavior

Track Your Results

Track Your Results

Supported Operating System(s):

Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris, Unix, IBM OS/400, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000