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  • The Insight

    To grow your business, you need more high-quality sales leads. But finding qualified leads has always been a challenge for companies striving for growth. We find moving leads and sales intelligence in your local area or globally. Our mission is to provide you with timely and accurate sales intelligence that will give your team the advantage, at a fraction of the cost it would take to discover these opportunities on your own.

  • How does it work?

    We locate companies in your market who plan to relocate in the next 3 to 14 months. These companies have the budget, authority, need, and time frame to purchase everything from office furniture and interior accents to technology, telecom, security, and more.

    Call now for a demo and learn how our system can help you grow sales revenue by 25% or more.

  • Today, sales leads aren’t enough.

    To win, you need to get to the prospect before your competitor does. Our sales intelligence gives you the insight you need to get in ahead of the RFP. We also provide lease expiration data and notification of funding for companies. These key trigger events will give your sales team the actionable sales intelligence they need to get in early and close more deals.

  • The PRM

    PRM stands for Prospect Relationship Management. Our leads are stored in a searchable PRM database that provides the tools you need for pre-call research, call-logging, contact management, email marketing, and more.

Cities served: Austin, Dallas, Ft. Worth, Houston, Louisville, Milwaukee, Raleigh, Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago – City, Chicago – Metro, Chicago – Suburbs, Denver, Indianapolis, Boston, Calgary, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Kansas City, Long Island, Manhattan, New York City, Oakland, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle, St. Louis, Central New Jersey, Fairfield, Hartford, Los Angeles, Orange County, Northern New Jersey, Riverside, San Diego, Atlanta, Charlotte, Jacksonville, Minneapolis, Nashville, Orlando, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, Ventura, Baltimore, Detroit, Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Norfolk, Philadelphia, Richmond, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Tampa, Toronto, Vancouver, Washington North, Washington South, West Palm Beach, Dublin, London

Services offered: office relocation leads, office move leads, business telephone system leads, telecom leads, commercial real estate leads, office furniture leads, moving leads, leads for architects, equipment leasing leads, B2B sales leads, commercial printing leads, CRM, CRM for inside sales.

Affiliations: AMSA, OMA, TAG National, CRN, IOMI

354 West Lancaster Ave., Haverford, PA. 610-449-2056

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by Shannon Fandler Not to make you paranoid or anything, but we’re guessing that you regularly make at least one of these 4 mistakes. The scary part: at some point in your career, you’ve probably failed to close a big deal due to a seemingly minor offence. So to increase your awareness (and keep you obsessively checking yourself) here are 4 slip-ups we see a lot. 1. Getting a detail wrong. If you’re in a hurry (and who isn’t!) it’s easy to write an email to Dear Daniel instead of Dear Danielle, use Mrs. instead of Ms., or otherwise slip up on a small but important detail. Errors happen, but you can avoid ruffled feathers by triple-checking the prospect’s full name, gender, and the name of the company. It’s worth the extra couple of seconds. If you aren’t sure, check Linkedin; your contact’s profile is sure to have the correct details. 2. Asking an unnecessary question. Imagine how many times your prospect has repeated his key company stats! With a little digging around online, there’s no need to ask basic questions like “What do you do?” and “How many employees do you have?” Too many sales reps fail to get to the point quickly, because they are establishing preliminary facts. Thorough pre-call research can help you arrive at solutions based on the prospect’s company size and industry before you even pick up the phone. 3. Forgetting to get permission. If the prospect is annoyed that you interrupted her, those feelings […]

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