Re: [Networker] Sales calls

2003-08-12 17:19:57
Subject: Re: [Networker] Sales calls
From: Jim McAlarney <JMcAlarney AT HUBER DOT COM>
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2003 17:19:29 -0400
Joe is my salesman of choice.  I've switched vendors two or three times
to continue to work with him.  Anytime he or Cambridge are mentioned on
the list I give him a call and some grief.

He sent you a white paper comparing AIT/SDLT/LTO and one paragraph
describing Cambridge and offering any assistance you wanted to ask him
for.  Not much of a sales pitch.  He could have posted the URL of the
white paper to the list and made everyone fill out the contact
information to see the paper.  Instead, he sent it only to you, the guy
that asked for information about AIT.  Hardly worth sending a nasty
e-mail to his boss.

The stuff I've had problems with is the stuff I didn't buy from Joe.

>From:  Stan Horwitz <stan AT TEMPLE DOT EDU>
>Date:  8/11/03 10:19AM
>Subject:       Re: Sales calls
>On Thu, 7 Aug 2003, rich bonfoey wrote:
>>Does anyone know what the policy on this list is for sales reps
>>the listing to make sales pitches?  I posted a question about AIT
>>drives, by the way I got good responses from the group,  and this
>>individual  Joseph Heitmeyer of Cambridge Computer sends a e-mail
>>making a pitch.  Like I would buy from him.
>Unsolicited ads on the list are not welcome. Sales related email in
>response to specific questions is fine with me. By the way, I suggest
>not base your opinion on Cambridge Computer on only this one issue. I
>had very good experience dealing with people at Cambridge Computer,
>although I have not had any dealings with the individual you named.

Jim McAlarney                                         Huber Engineered
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jmcalarney AT huber DOT com                            Atlanta, GA  30327

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