IInfusion is a term usually associated with chemistry or medicine, not marcom.
But not at OnMessage - because the Dallas-based agency has declared itself a messaging infusion company.
“I spent 14 years working with many different agencies on the client side,” Jim O’Gara, the founder of OnMessage, told us. “As a client, I was constantly looking for a partner that could help me develop compelling and consistent messaging for my company, but what I found were agencies that addressed the highest level messages as a means to their own end – be it an ad campaign, lead generation program, or maybe even a website.”
So what were you actually looking for? we asked.
Without hesitation, he answered, “I was looking for a partner that could help me write the full story, packaged and delivered both inside and outside the organization in a clear and consistent manner.”
So, hence, O'Gara went on to found OnMessage where he defined messaging as, “the process of developing and delivering a consistent story throughout the customer experience.” He went on to explain that, “we start by building a messaging platform that serves as a consistent source of re-purposeable content – encompassing key differentiators, value statements, an elevator pitch, short and long-form messaging decks, situational sales messaging, social media content and more -- that can be used by business leaders, sales professionals, marketers, the HR department, customer support – virtually every area of the business.
But it doesn’t stop there.
To insure the message is delivered consistently throughout the organization, especially by all customer-facing employees, OnMessage offers comprehensive Employee Infusion Training Services for its client organizations. “These training programs, which we conduct across the entire organization leverage core elements of the messaging platform and allow employees to personalize and internalize the company’s story so they can bring it to life in their day-to-day roles. By conducting formal messaging training, leaders can ensure the entire organization can articulate a clear, consistent message when engaging in prospect and customer conversations.”
The agency's capabilities are particularly compelling to clients in the B2B space, especially healthcare and technology. “Companies in B2B face significant challenges and a higher degree of complexity than most traditional B2C companies. They have more complex business models and sales processes which create a need for greater clarity and continuity in their messaging.”
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