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SalesTech Appoints More Staff to Meet Growth

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SalesTech Appoints More
Consulting Staff to Meet Growth


AUCKLAND, 11 July, 2001 – Sales Technologies (SalesTech) today announced the appointment of six more consulting staff to meet continuing demand for its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software products and services, taking it to over fifty staff.

SalesTech has already increased its consulting staff by over 20% in the first six months of this year to meet current demand for its CRM and consulting business.
This follows a 26% year-on-year revenue growth.

“This move is a reflection of the company's commitment to revenue growth and market demand. With current growth projections, we expect similar expansion of our consulting staff within the next year,” says Terry Gaze, General Manager of SalesTech.

The new roles all include configuring and implementing CRM Solutions (including PeopleSoft CRM Software and Selectica Internet Selling Solutions), for many of SalesTech’s blue chip clients.

“Our key objective is to take advantage of the opportunities the market is presenting throughout New Zealand, Australia, and Asia, while supporting our existing customers.

“SalesTech is building on our strong body of knowledge and experience, which will help us broaden the CRM consulting base as we expand our customer engagements. It’s an exciting time for SalesTech at present.”

The new SalesTech consultants are Ben Smith, Ranjan Amarasekara, Peter van de Water, Craig Horton, Chris Steptoe, and Kelvin Gray.

All the new appointees will report to Terry Gaze.

ENDS

About Sales Technologies
Founded in 1992, Sales Technologies has 50 front-line staff focused exclusively on systems that make interactions with customers more efficient. Key areas of expertise include:

- Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
- Sales and marketing automation
- Business rules processing
- Complex service configuration

Its solutions are based around some of the world’s leading e-business products PeopleSoft CRM and Selectica (global leader in Internet selling systems). Sales Technologies has implemented systems for leading blue chip organisations such as Telecom (NZ) Ltd, BAT, Shell Oil, On Energy, Tower Corporation and gen-i limited.

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