Wednesday, July 18, 2012

NSM consults Lead-In for qualified data

With over 30 years in the telecoms business, NSM know how to identify a good business opportunity, and using Lead-In Research has certainly aided their quest.

Telecoms specialists NSM provide ‘supply and installation’ services of telecoms solutions throughout the UK and Southern Ireland. These solutions include; telephone systems, local/wide area networks, paging, voice mail, call management, video conferencing, voice and data structured cabling, D.E.C.T. cordless solutions, ISDN networks and VoIP (voice over Internet Protocol)

NSM have been using Lead-In Research data for just over a year now and they find the quality of project information excellent, Jack Turnbull from NSM Teleconsult says: “I would happily award your service 8+ out of 10, the ‘type’ and ‘detail’ of projects you report on are perfect for my business requirements.”

NSM opt for a more traditional method when it comes to utilising their sales leads, they prefer to ‘cold call’ opportunities rather than sending letters or emails to prospects. Jack goes on to explain; “I use this information to call the right person and grab their interest. It is a question of how good a cold caller you are, it just happens that throughout my 45 years in the selling business, cold canvass has always been my means to achieve sales, and I just happen to be particularly good at it!”

“Lead-In Research is definitely a viable source of sales leads for my line of work, and I can categorically say that to date, profit generated from this service outweighs the cost – I’m enjoying a great return on my investment!”

About Lead-In Research
Lead-In Research are the people who can tell you which companies are planning to relocate, open new premises, refurbish, expand, or invest in new equipment and services. Tailorable data is available through a subscription service, helping businesses across the nation to identifying companies that have an imminent need for your products and services.


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