The worldwide supply chain management (SCM) software market totaled $7.7 billion in 2011, a 12.3 percent increase from 2010, according to Gartner, Inc. It was the second year of double-digit growth for the SCM software market as supply chain investments kept their priority status and moved forward, despite caution from IT budget decision makers.
Neil Ritchie, MD of INCo, a company working to find and qualify sales leads for computer technology and consulting firms in the UK and Europe, commented, “There are certain companies and areas of technology that are continuing to grow strongly. It may be difficult to find opportunities, but despite the current Eurozone difficulties, there are companies who are looking to innovate their way to growth.”
INCo is able to find and qualify sales leads and opportunities and also to predict sales trends through its continuous contact with the UK market through a dedicated telemarketing process. Its clients include leading and emerging software, technology and services companies in the UK and Europe.