The best way to understand how a Creative Management Platform (CMP) works, is to request a demonstration of the system. But what exactly should you expect or demand from such a demo? Here is how we at TACTIC Real-Time Marketing see it:
More like a conversation than a script
At TACTIC Real-Time Marketing we want to consult with and help both existing and potential clients through the buyer's journey in a structured and efficient way. This means that we customize our software according to the specific needs of our customers, respecting their vision and wishes. This is true regardless of the size of the company in question. Our only requirement is that you have a desire to optimize the publishing process of digital marketing content in real-time.
Our demo is more conversational than a script, or a generic demonstration video is. It’s an interactive half an hour with our team, led by the Product Specialist.
Every demo we perform of our Creative Management Platform is therefore unique and customized to each client. We want an open and casual conversation and a personalized demo, for every company.
How to prepare for a demo
The whole demo process is more successful when both parties work together to ensure that all requirements are fully understood. Time is money, so it’s more than important to have a clear structure in place. Feel free to prepare questions in advance and be conscious about what you hope to gain from the demo. Is there perhaps some features that you are curious about, or maybe some needs in your marketing department that you are not sure how to solve? Ask our specialist.
How it works
During the live demo, our Product Specialist will show you a demo account so that you can experience all available possibilities and experience the process in real-time. Our team will illustrate how to easily create and align creative messaging to a specific target audience, across customer journey stages for improved ad relevance and performance.
The demo is a very important stage of the consultation process as it’s often the first time a potential client gets an insight into our software, which can either be a “this is not for us” or a “we can benefit from this” experience.
After our demo has been conducted, it’s always a good idea to recap what we have covered and go through any additional questions. E-mailing questions after the demo session is also okay and very common as people in other departments often also have questions that should be answered, before scheduling the next meeting.
This is all you need to know before booking a demo of our software. We look forward to hearing from you!