The human resources market is exploding with new opportunities. In 2016, the global HR marketplace was valued at well over one trillion dollars, with nearly $500 million in the US alone. There’s never been a better time to market and sell to HR.
But capitalizing on these opportunities isn’t easy. The role of the HR professional is evolving. So are the functions, titles, technologies, and budgets — not to mention the competition. No two HR departments look alike, and every minute you spend digging for insights into a single target account is time you’re not selling.
NARROW IN ON HR DECISION MAKERS
DiscoverOrg provides an all-access pass to the companies, the contacts, and the context necessary to find, connect, and sell with confidence.
Our in-house Research & Data Teams gather and cleanse 100+ data points on your hottest targets, updating them every 90 days, if not sooner. Armed with fresh, accurate, and deep intel on your prospects, you’ll reach key stakeholders with a well-timed pitch every time you pick up the phone, send an email, or deliver a package.
YOUR MAP TO THE HR DEPARTMENT
You’ll navigate org charts like a boss with DiscoverOrg’s reporting structures of entire HR departments. Identify key decision makers quickly. Reach out directly with direct-dial phone numbers and verified email addresses. Craft the perfect pitch with insider-level intel. We put your next big win in the palm of your hand.
HUMAN, TALENT, PEOPLE
— AND MORE
CHROs, Chief People Officers, VPs of Diversity and Inclusion, Directors of Talent Acquisition, Heads of Culture, Heads of Benefits, Directors of Recruiting, Managers of Training — you name it, we’ve got them all.
THEIR HR TECH STACK.
Does your target account use PeopleSoft Benefits Administration or ADP? SmartRecruiters or Kronos Workforce Management? Know how to pitch your solution — or displace your competitor’s — with insider knowledge of your buyers’ tech stack.
KEEP UP WITH SHAKE-UPS
HR professionals have the highest churn rate of any role. And when new leaders join the team, they usually come ready to spend money. Be the first in line after a shake-up to have the most influence the buying process — and seal the deal.