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Bryan D'Andrea

Bryan D'Andrea

Recent Posts

Highlighting Building Automation System Concerns & Opportunities

Building Management Systems (BMS) or Building Automation Systems (BAS), which control automated HVAC, plumbing, lighting and other mechanical and electrical building equipment, are garnering a lot of attention lately from architects, engineers, building owners and facility maintenance professionals.

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How to Market High-Tech to Hands-On Builders

From Wi-Fi friendly thermostats to Bluetooth-enabled range hoods and automated mechanical parking lifts, this year’s Pacific Coast Builders Conference continued to showcase the latest and greatest in automated, connected and smart home building products. Yet, as brands proudly highlighted their unparalleled energy savings and consumer convenience benefits, one thing became abundantly clear.

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Demand Generation Takeaways from the Pacific Coast Builders Conference

I recently had the opportunity to attend the Pacific Coast Builders Conference, the largest homebuilding trade show representing the West Coast region. In addition to interacting with exhibitors and products, I took part in a few education sessions to discover the latest industry trends that are impacting building product manufacturers and their professional audiences.

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Tactics for a better Account Based Marketing Program

Does this sales strategy sound familiar to you or someone in your organization: You build a list of prospective companies. Search for decision makers. Find contact information. Send emails. Find new contact information. Dodge gatekeepers. Voicemail, voicemail, voicemail. Wash. Rinse. Repeat.

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How Service Level Agreements Help Sales and Marketing Alignment

Let’s not sugarcoat it. Historically, marketing and sales teams haven’t always “played nice” in the sandbox. Marketing blamed sales for not following up on and closing enough leads. Sales blamed marketing for the lack of quantity and/or quality of the leads generated through marketing efforts. And round and round they went.

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