Our in-house sales team use carefully sourced data to reach relevant potential clients, promote the key points of your business, expand your network, and generate leads. Our telemarketers understand that this aspect of marketing is undergoing serious changes - so we use the latest methods of data sourcing to stay ahead of the curve and maximise positive results.
With two full-time sales telemarketing personnel onsite at our UK office, we apply our expertise to generate significant impact. We are well-versed in covering technical sales, and have successfully provided multiple leads whenever we take on a telemarketing exercise - whether we’re selling insurance, anti-counterfeiting services, or engineering. We have gained a huge amount of sector experience since we began telemarketing in around 2006.
Our Telemarketing Setup
The online dialer we use allows our telemarketers to log into their own individual account and dial the specific data list assigned to them. We expect a minimum daily yield of around 130 calls per agent.
During the sales call, the telemarketers can make notes on screen and assign an outcome to the finished call. This could denote it as an appointment, a request to send more information, a call back at a certain time - or simply to remove that contact from the system. Once the notes have been made and the call is complete, all details are logged on a database and can be exported at any time into a spreadsheet.
How Campaigns Work
Initially, we will interview you about the objectives of the particular campaign and produce a flowchart of how we envisage the pitch, inclusive of any objection the telemarketer may face. This will go back and forth between our team and yours until we are all happy with the pitch. Our telemarketing team don't strictly follow scripts so this flowchart won’t be read word for word - however it does help to keep them on track and deal with objections professionally.
Opening a 30 second pitch.
Assess the need of the recipient.
Explain our benefits and USP’s.
Close deal / call back and follow up.
Report back to you.