For any company starting a business, savings is always key to ensuring budgets are being met, not exceeded, while simultaneously completing all required tasks and operations.
Predictive dialer manufacturer, OPC Marketing, knows what it means to need to save a buck. Offering its customers an affordable call center system that is scalable as a business grows, OPC's predictive dialer system is perfect for those startup companies looking to increase operations without burning a hole in the company's pocket.
And now, with a new promotion, companies of all sizes looking to save a buck, while still getting the predictive dialer system they need, can do so.
During April, any $1,000 a customer spends on a SpitFire software product, the customer gets a $1,000 credit towards the next purchase of another SpitFire software system.
Michael Henochowicz, president of OPC Marketing, told TMCnet in a recent interview that, from time to time, Spitfire software runs special offers to increase awareness and interest in our products.
"With tax time finishing up, many companies are ready to look at systems that will help them increase leads and promote their business," Henochowicz said, adding that April is the perfect time for that.
In addition, customers now have a new reason to get the SpitFire system they've always wanted, giving users an affordable way to expand their systems.
And, going forward, OPC Marketing sees these types of initiatives as spurring the increasing need for proficiency within operations.
"We see an increased need for reliable telemarketing systems, especially in a tight economy. Businesses need to promote and acquire leads, and telemarketing is the most cost effective way to do it," Henochowicz said. "Plus, we will be launching the new Enterprise version of our software this year, which will have a profound impact on the telemarketing industry."
Expiring on April 30, 2010, this offer is a way for companies with tight wallets to get even more for their buck.
Kelly McGuire is a TMCnet Web editor, covering CRM and workforce technologies, and anchor of its daily TMC Newsroom video broadcast. Kelly also writes about eco-friendly "green" technologies and smart grids, compiling TMCnet's weekly e-Newsletters on those topics, as well as the cable industry. To read more of Kelly's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Kelly McGuire