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A great place to find trusted suppliers - Member Stories

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2006-07-12 11:37:42
A great place to find trusted suppliers

Elaine Gold of Y’s Weight was already looking for a call centre to handle follow up for direct mail campaigns at a rate of 100 calls a month. Through NRG Elaine met Graham Hill of Verbatim call centres and found they were able to develop specialist software that integrated with Y’s Weight’s own intranet, thus streamlining the administration process. Her technical team can access an online diary to make client bookings and can forward details of prospects. Verbatim offers a range of technical facilities such as recorded messages she didn’t find with other suppliers.

Elaine joined NRG to get access to Cheltenham and Birmingham. It has been really fruitful in market research and gathering information for franchisees. She points out that most networking groups restrict you to the local area so she feels NRG offers her better value for money.

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