Vancouver, Wash (PRWEB) July 16, 2015
DiscoverOrg (http://www.discoverorg.com), a three-time Inc. 500 company and the 2014 Codie Award Winner for Best Sales and Marketing Intelligence Tool, is launching an expanded finance dataset that provides detailed org chart, contact data, and intelligence on the Finance departments of the largest and fastest growing companies in the United States.
“The finance department plays an integral role in any company’s purchasing process, and is an especially vital part of any sales cycle,” said Henry Schuck, CEO of DiscoverOrg. “We are finding Finance executive are more and more involved with purchases outside of their department and are overseeing things like cybersecurity initiatives, ERP expansions, as well as the evaluation of new technologies in the fast-growing FinTech market. Our expanded dataset covers a wide-range of finance contacts, so our customers are able to identify key stakeholders within the CFOs organization immediately.”
DiscoverOrg’s Finance Dataset provides insight and contact information for the Finance department of companies throughout the U.S. ─ including Fortune 1000, Forbes 400, and S&P 500 companies. Individual contact profiles contain details such as direct-dial phone numbers, verified email addresses, job responsibilities, social media profiles and direct reports. Contacts profiled include company CFOs, corporate controllers, and heads of tax, treasury, financial planning & analysis and audit.
Like all of DiscoverOrg’s datasets, the Finance Dataset provides access to detailed Org Charts that map out each contact’s position, their areas of responsibility, the company’s reporting structure, technology installed, as well as current projects and spending initiatives. Each record found in DiscoverOrg’s database is updated at least every 90 days by an in-house research team – and comes with a 95% accuracy contractual guarantee.
Early adopters of the dataset include Configure-Price-Quote Software companies, Investment Banks, Commercial Banks, Enterprise Performance Management and Budgeting software companies and ERP giants.
DiscoverOrg also offers comprehensive datasets covering the IT departments of Enterprise and mid-market organizations, Government and Educational institutions, and companies within the European Union. The company also released its Marketing Dataset last year, covering the CMOs organization.
“Finance departments are notoriously intricate, especially within larger companies, and it can be a challenge to figure out who is in charge of specific initiatives,” continued Schuck. “Our dataset contains contact information and reporting structures for finance executives at large and fast growing companies, which helps our customers identify who the appropriate contacts are and determine the best way to can get in touch – making the process easier and more time efficient on both ends.”
Using information derived from the finance dataset combined with DiscoverOrg’s Real-Time Triggers and Opportunity Alerts, relationship managers and sales, marketing and business development professionals can get in front of key Finance decision makers and start informed conversations with their target prospects.
To learn more about DiscoverOrg’s finance dataset, visit https://discoverorg.com/finance-dataset/.
DiscoverOrg is the leading sales and marketing intelligence tool used by the top technology vendors, staffing companies and consultants targeting IT, Finance, and Marketing departments of Fortune-ranked, Mid-Market and SMB companies in North America and Europe. Offered in the form of a constantly refreshed database, DiscoverOrg specializes in mapping out the org charts of 20,000 companies complete with verified email addresses, direct-dial phone numbers, reporting structure, new projects and initiatives and technology installed base. Each of the over 400,000+ decision makers in the DiscoverOrg database are updated and refreshed by the company’s team of in-house researchers at least once every 90 days, enabling customers to reach the right person at the right company with the right message. For more information, please visit http://www.discoverorg.com.