Is Your Business Considering Purchasing a Chemical Sourcing and Sales Tool in 2016? Here Is What You Need to Know First

As the end of 2015 is rapidly approaching many procurement and sales & marketing professionals are creating budgets for 2016. We all know the process, you analyze where your best business came from earlier in the year and evaluate the ROI for the processes and tools you currently have in place.

This leads to a discussion of where to put your company dollars in 2016. For many companies it’s time to decide if the business is ready for a chemical sourcing and sales tool. Picking the right database can be stressful and often brings up a lot of questions. After all, there are many options on the market, and you want to make the right decision for your business.

Industry intelligence comes with a price tag, and choosing the wrong solution could be costly. This white paper was written to help you ask the right questions before you buy, so you can select the chemical sourcing and sales tool that suits your needs.

We hope you find the information useful and if you have any questions for us please reach out to our team at sales@chemicalinfo.com.

Download the White Paper Now: Purchasing a Chemical Sourcing and Sales Tool: What You Need to Know First

About Jennifer Herriford

Jennifer serves as the Director of Marketing at CIS. She covers brand management, copywriting, out-bound marketing initiatives, event marketing and supports all CIS social media. Previously, Jennifer worked for Vertical Nerve, Inc. and Distribion Inc. managing all aspects of agency marketing from tradeshow and event marketing, sales support, content marketing, email marketing and social media management. Jennifer received a B.A. in Journalism with a major in Advertising and a minor in Marketing from the University of North Texas (go Mean Green!). Although born and raised in Arlington, she recently moved to the Houston area to be with her husband. She is an avid reader and enjoys cooking, baking, Pinteresting, as well as spoiling her Labrador Retriever, Remi.

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