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ActiveConversion targets electronics manufacturers

January 21, 2016 |
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With over 500 successful projects in the books, Fred Yee is looked to CES to tap into a growing market. ActiveConversion was one of the ICT West team of delegate companies at CES, held in Las Vegas in January 2016.

“Our primary objective for CES is to meet electronics manufacturers and to get involved and more visible in that ecosystem,” said Yee, CEO of the Calgary-based company.

“This manufacturing segment has been very receptive to our system, especially when looking to introduce innovative products, find markets and export. Also, although we have specific features for manufacturers, OEMs and distributors, we expect to learn more about improving those features for this market,” he said.

This was the company’s first visit to CES.

ActiveConversion is an online sales and marketing system that helps manufacturers increase revenues, diversity their markets and create export opportunities. The company offers cloud-based technology on a pay-as-you-go basis. Clients represent health care, manufacturing and real estate, among others viagra ohne rezept in berlin.

ActiveConversion has been in business for 11 years, but the proprietary software system is only about seven years old. Yee became part of ICT West with the goal of networking with other ICT companies in Western Canada.

“And to let the members know about our system,” he said. “Because CES involves electronics manufacturing, we thought it would be a good venue for us.”

The company focuses on supplying services and software for industrial manufacturers, suppliers and service providers by generating leads from project managers, engineers, architects, procurement managers and site managers. Cold calling will become a thing of the past. The software helps clients create landing pages that convert more leads from online spends, email lists and spec sheet downloads.

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Learn more about ActiveConversion, visit activeconversion.com