2017 Top 10 Inspiring Leaders in Sales Lead Management: Lead Generation

We like to recognize the outstanding leaders in the cornucopia of companies involved in the creation of revenue by generating prospects and sales leads for their clients.  From those companies that desire an end-user purchase on a website or prospects and leads, these are the people that drive the forecasts for millions of companies.

Revenue Management is the core value for the 40 Leaders in Sales Lead Management

Lynden, WA – – December 15, 2017 – – James Obermayer, CEO of the Sales Lead Management Association (SLMA) announced that the results are in from the election for the inspiring ‘Leaders in Sales Lead Management.  In four different categories, ten inspiring leaders that received the most votes from named.

Obermayer said, “Sales Lead Management is the core discipline that when accurately done as a process, considering the needs of prospects and salespeople, and using the dozens of software applications and lead generation agencies available, can make the difference between being a successful company or an also-ran.”

“These 42 inspiring leaders (we had a tie in two categories) understand that lead management must be defined before the tools of CRM, marketing automation, business intelligence, and hundreds of software applications can be applied.  Many thousands of lead generation agencies and millions of marketing departments must manage sales leads properly to gain revenue in a predictable manner. This is why we recognize our inspiring leaders in this annual election.”

The 10 winners in the order of votes received, are:

People in Lead Generation Companies

Anna Fisher, ZoomInfo
David Lewis, DemandGen International
Laurie Beasley, Beasley Direct and Online Marketing, Inc.
Pamela Muldoon, The Pedowitz Group
Howard Sewell, Spear Marketing Group
Mike Murphy, Acadia Lead Management Services
Renee Yeager, Yeager Marketing
Tom Judge, Direct Marketing Partners
Cyndi Greenglass, Diamond Marketing Solutions
Kimmy Netterville, PointClear


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