We are very excited to introduce you to our latest client, CRM experts, Intilery.
Founded by former CIO of The Hut Group, Gareth James, Intilery provides businesses with an innovative and customer focused CRM product that will allow them to track consumer journeys and capitalise on connection opportunities.
Known as data geniuses amongst their peers, the team at Intilery are experts at ensuring businesses utilise engagement opportunities with consumers. And with a number of leading businesses within their client base (including LateRooms, MoneySupermarket and Sofology), it is crucial that their marketing materials reflect their genius.
With a shift in the focus for the business, Intilery approached Entyce looking for an entire re-brand of all communications. Their main goal is to shine a spotlight on their high level of expertise; wanting to showcase the CRM software, its benefits and its many functions is key to this project, and this means that our team can get stuck in to all aspects of Intilery’s revamped digital marketing strategy.
Wanting to be very much led by the Entyce team, Intilery engaged with us to research and generate ideas for each strand of their marketing, from brand to website, social media to newsletters and everything in between.
We have delved into the entire Intilery marketing strategy. Our design team is getting stuck into logo and web design, our video team is producing a CRM showreel that will outline to potential client, how the CRM works and the benefits it could bring to the business and our social team is taking a close look at the most effective social media strategy for the brand.
Speaking about our work with Intilery, Entyce MD, Libby Entwisle has said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity for the Entyce team to do what they do best, provide a fully-rounded digital marketing strategy, for which we are able to establish a brand and shape subsequent marketing collateral to ensure the expertise of Intilery shines through. It is a pleasure to be supporting Intilery in bringing this innovative product to life for their target audience.”