We admire Megaleads for bringing in the next generation of Internet marketing. Education is important, but on the job training is where the men and women are separated from the boys and girls
Little Falls, NJ (PRWEB) July 31, 2013
Recently, Megaleads launched a data hygiene program to enhance their data integrity. They are confident that their new data cleaning regimen will give their customers even better quality sales leads and make their business sales leads system a cost effective tool for sales professionals. With their data hygiene program in place, Megaleads has announced that they will now focus their efforts to expand their customer care program.
Megaleads https://megaleads.com/signup.php has announced that they have brought on a new intern, Michael Fridman. Unlike some intern programs that utilize the “watch and learn” approach, Megaleads has decided to let the promising intern dive in headfirst. As a part of the intern program, Michael Fridman will be working alongside Chaz Tedesco in the customer care program as well as customer relations. Megaleads’ marketing partner, Route 72, agrees that this is the perfect starting point for their new addition to the team. Founder and CEO of Route 72 Systems, Jim Alamia, states: “In any business the customer is king, and more importantly, the customer comes first. We are glad to see Megaleads take the initiative by educating their intern on their customer base.”
Megaleads understands that the business sales arena is no doubt a competitive one. With more and more college graduates reaching out for a limited amount of jobs, Megaleads knows that it can be tough to get ahead of the competition but they are confident that their willingness to let their interns get crucial on the job training and direct guidance from management will give them the exposure and experience they need to further their careers. Route 72 agrees. Jim Alamia states: “We admire Megaleads for bringing in the next generation of Internet marketing. Education is important, but on the job training is where the men and women are separated from the boys and girls.”