Docurated just released their list of “Top Account-Based Marketing Resources: The Best Articles, Webinars, Tutorials, and More on Account-Based Marketing,” and SimplyDIRECT made the list. Congratulations! You
“While 2010 will be a record year for the company, we believe 2011 will see tremendous growth with the addition of Brian Perks, our Vice President of Sales,” said Lisa Vitale, President of SimplyDIRECT. “Brian’s extensive experience in lead generation and databases with Jigsaw and Salesforce.com fills in the final piece needed to make SimplyDIRECT the complete marketing partner for our clients”.
“Anyone can build you a database of names and numbers, what is important is determining if the list contains truly qualified leads for the sales team,” said Doug Barth, Founder of SimplyDIRECT. “We have focused on providing the highest quality databases with industry leading accuracy and survey-based lead generation that guarantees pre-qualified leads. This is why we are recognized by our clients for providing the highest return for their marketing dollars.”
February 12, 2009 – Sudbury, MA No one likes a show-off, but SimplyDIRECT is pleased to announce that 2009 is off to a recession-defying start
January 11, 2009 – Sudbury, MA “I’ve cut everything in my budget except SimplyDIRECT.” So explains Oonagh O’Regan, Director of Marketing for Vaultus, provider of
April 22, 2008 – Sudbury, MA In the first four months of 2008, SimplyDIRECT added 11 new clients for its database-building and lead generation service
September 4, 2007 – Sudbury, MA—SimplyDIRECT is emerging as the premier provider of custom-built databases. Clients depend on the company to build them the right
August 28, 2006 – Sudbury, MA SimplyDIRECT announced today the formal release of a service that nurtures leads using content automatically created by the system.
January 6, 2006 – Sudbury, MA Due to a 72% growth in revenue from 2004 to 2005, SimplyDIRECT’s president, Doug Barth expects continued growth in
September 7,2005 – Sudbury, MA SimplyDIRECT has experienced strong revenue growth in 2005, but what surprised the principals was that much of that growth came