Insourcing Unicist Virtual B2B Marketing

The objective of unicist virtual B2B marketing is the generation of prospects. It is based on the building of empty spaces in the market to install the value propositions as possible first-choice options.

Insourcing Virtual Generation of Sales & New Clients

Functional marketing introduced an upgrade in marketing processes that includes managing conceptual segmentation and binary marketing actions to increase sales.
The use of unicist binary actions influences the root causes of the customers’ buying decisions.
The development of solutions might be outsourced based on the use of unicist functional designers and expert systems.

Value Proposition

Strategy

Using the Functional Marketing Strategy for Growth

The virtual approach uses the marketing strategy that corresponds to the type of product, the differentiation and / or innovation proposed, and the positioning of the competitors. Access

The Use of the Unicist Functional Designer & the Intelligent System

The unicist functional designer and the unicist intelligent system allow planning, designing, and building business processes including the use of binary actions, business objects and catalysts to ensure results. Access

Solution building
Binary Actions

Developing Binary Actions to Influence Customers & Users

The binary marketing actions are defined by the maximal and minimum marketing strategy and by the development and use of catalysts to open market spaces and accelerate buying processes. Access

Using Marketing Objects and Catalysts to Generate Growth

The development of marketing objects allows increasing significantly the influence of the binary marketing actions and maximize marketing effectiveness by establishing meaningful relationships.  Access

Business Objects
Counter-cycle Building

Using Distribution 4.0 to Develop New Channels

Distribution 4.0 is based on the complementation with the market by increasing the level of participation and reliability to build long-term relationships with clients, customers and users. Access

Creative Commons
Creative Commons