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Boundless Portal enables clients to track spending

Mon, Jun 5, 2017

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 In today’s market, it is important for management to be able to control the costs associated with promotional items and gift giving without micromanaging.

Recently, we met with a legal finance company. This organization acquires new customers through referrals from law firms, and in turn thanks them with gifts. Currently, their gift giving process is unorganized because there is no central reporting and no way to track the costs associated with the program. They are looking for a solution to this problem. This is where the Boundless Portal comes in.

Through Boundless, this client will be able to use the “group buy” option so its different sales reps can place orders, and management will have the power to monitor and track spending in the Boundless Portal. This advantage will give them the power to create accurate budgets and use less resources to manage the gift giving process.

 

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One Response to “Boundless Portal enables clients to track spending”

  1. Samu Says:

    I think book packagers have a place but I find this ( and ceibtrley’ books) profoundly depressing. I know a lot of unpublished writers whose manuscripts are streets ahead of some commercial’ fiction but who just can’t make the break through I’m lucky to have a supportive agent but when the market is swamped with these things it does get you down. The upside is when a new writer does emerge the standard of writing can be wonderful I just take a look at the Bransford Boase list when I need cheering up .P.S. I don’t think anyone could accuse Meg Rosoff or Francesca Simon of going wrong .to quote my local Waterstone oh yes, Meg Rosoff does very well for us’ ;O)

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