If you are a network marketer, you will appreciate the benefits of every aspect of what RSv1.0 has to offer -- including a system to help keep track of all your leads and/or prospects which you can purchase and import from any vendor.
Brockton, MA (PRWEB) June 15, 2008
New England Marketing, a lead generation and software firm out of Brockton, MA, has developed a complete suite of integrated online tools, a Home Business Management system (HBM), designed specifically for the Network Marketing and the Direct Sales Industry that they claim is as easy to use as it is inexpensive. In fact, it's free.
Calling it "Recruiter Suite" (RS), the company launched on May 21st. Anyone in the industry can sign up, anytime after launch, and start using the RS system.
"The virtual business center built into RS provides users with comprehensive time management applications including state-of-the-art contact management (CRM), prospect manager, data reporting tools, goals tracker, and (our favorite) a virtual rolodex," company rep, Rachel Veyera explains.
She adds, "If you are a network marketer, you will appreciate the benefits of every aspect of what RSv1.0 has to offer -- including a system to help keep track of all your leads and/or prospects which you can purchase and import from any vendor."
Robust reporting tools also help network marketers track activity plus features such as a cashflow planner, "to-do" task manager, at-a-glance calendar tools and more are designed to help marketers stay on top of their business goals.
When asked why they are offering their HBM solution at no cost, Robert Polonsky and Patrick Thomas, Founders of RS responded, "Recruiter Suite's mission is to improve the strength of our vertical by focusing on what has made this fine industry what it is today -- personal relationships. We believe RS will help all network marketers build stronger relationships and, by offering RS free, our own relationships with current and future RS members will strengthen exponentially. It's a win-win-win solution for everyone."