AFFLINK To Partner With sales-i, Offer More Complete Picture Of Operations

The partnership will allow sales-i to reduce their overall operating cost and be more efficient. sales-i offers unique software programs that integrate hard data with soft data, giving distributors and sales professionals a more complete picture of a customers’ supply needs, sales team transactions, and data on prospective clients.

Tuscaloosa, AL  - sales-i™, a sales and customer software and information service with offices in the United Kingdom and the U.S., has recently joined AFFLINK as one of its 200 Preferred Suppliers. AFFLINK is a leading sales and marketing organization with more than 300 distributor-members in North America. Their members market janitorial, paper, and related goods and products to the education, health care, industrial, government, and hospitality sectors.

The partnership will allow sales-i to reduce their overall operating cost and be more efficient. sales-i offers unique software programs that integrate hard data with soft data, giving distributors and sales professionals a more complete picture of a customers’ supply needs, sales team transactions, and data on prospective clients.

The elev8 Process system by AFFLINK is designed to help distributors better address the time, expense, and complexity of accessing and understanding increasingly large and complex amounts of business data.

According to Leah Runge, Marketing Manager for AFFLINK’s eLev8® process, sales-i was added to AFFLINK’s Preferred Suppliers program because it offers AFFLINK members and partners a comprehensive range of solutions to help gain a competitive advantage in today’s global marketplace.

“Becoming a part of the AFFLINK family is a great opportunity for us, and I believe a great opportunity for AFFLINK members as well,” says Kevin McGirl, President of sales-i. “We will be introducing sales-i to AFFLINK members during the course of the year and demonstrating its value and the value it can bring to them, as well as their end-customers.

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