Karla Blalock and I are honored to be recognized by our peers for leadership in sales lead management,” said PointClear's Dan McDade. “This is especially meaningful in our highly competitive industry.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) November 06, 2012
The Sales Lead Management Association (SLMA) announces voting is open for this year’s 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management. Two PointClear executives, Dan McDade, president and CEO, and Karla Blalock, chief operating officer, are among those nominated by SLMA members in 2012. The Top 50 List will be determined by the number of votes received by each nominee between Nov. 1 and Nov. 30. Winners will be announced Dec. 5.
“We are honored to be recognized by our peers for leadership in sales lead management,” said PointClear’s McDade, who was among the SLMA’s 50 most influential in 2009, 2010 and 2011. The Atlanta-based prospect development firm’s founder added: “This is especially meaningful in our highly competitive industry.”
Blalock, who was among the SLMA’s most influential in 2010 and 2011, and a 2011 and 2012 SLMA Top- 20 Woman to Watch, added, “PointClear and the SLMA share a similar mission: We too are committed to helping companies become more successful in the vital business process of managing sales leads. It’s gratifying to be recognized for this effort by peer professionals with similar goals.”
Voting for the 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management in 2012 is open until November 30 to SLMA members only. To place your vote, visit the Sales Lead Management website (register if you have not already) and cast your vote for up to three nominees.
"People who win are recognized by their peers as multi-dimensional sales and marketing experts,” said SLMA President James Obermayer. “They have given unselfishly of their time as speakers, teachers, and writers on the deep multi-dimensional topic of sales lead management,” he said.
Susan Campanale, vice president of marketing for the SLMA concurred, "These people are recognized by their peers as power players in the pursuit of ROI for marketing lead generation."
About Sales Lead Management Association
The Sales Lead Management Association was founded by James W. Obermayer, Susan A. Campanale and Mark L. Friedman in 2007. The association serves 3,500 members of the sales lead management community around the world. In 2011, SLMA’s site received more than 100,000 total visitors. A privately held organization, SLMA has a diversified business model with revenues coming from sponsors, display advertising, the SLMA radio program, sponsored webinars, and newsletter advertising, industry leaders links, speaker’s directory, case studies, blog, etc. Featured programs include the 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management, SLMA 20 Women to Watch and Sales Lead Management Week (Oct. 14 – 20 in 2012). For additional information, visit SLMA.
PointClear is the B2B prospect development partner, providing the strategy, analytics and execution services needed to optimize sales and marketing processes, and drive revenue. Companies that achieve Optimized Prospect Development™ are assured virtually 100% of leads delivered by marketing to sales are sales-qualified … and up to 5 times more deals are closed. Founded in 1997, PointClear instills the cross-functional collaboration and operational excellence c-level execs need to increase sales and marketing effectiveness, decrease costs—and achieve optimum results. PointClear’s president Dan McDade has authored a book, The Truth About Leads. For additional information, visit PointClear’s blog ViewPoint | The Truth About Lead Generation or http://www.pointclear.com or call (877) 582-9909.