The 50 Most Influential People in Sales Lead Management for 2014

Ian Moyse, of Workbooks CRM, has been voted by the members of the Sales Lead Management Association (SLMA), as one of the most influential people in Sales Lead Management for 2014. Members voted for up to three people from the list of nominees. The nominees came from many areas including CRM and marketing automation software, database management, telemarketing, consulting, fulfillment, higher education and publishing companies.

Ian is the first from the UK to make the top 10 listing, coming in at number 9 of the 50 listed and is the highest ranked on the list from the CRM community.

Nominators quoted:

“In my dealings with Ian as a business partner, he is responsive (often out of hours) and detailed in his assistance and rapid to ensure we get the best possible service and help in winning business.”

“I have engaged with Ian over the last 2 years as a customer. From the very first communication, Ian has demonstrated expertise, professionalism, flexibility and a willingness to help. Whether my query has required a 30 second answer or a more detailed response, Ian has consistently delivered to the highest of standards. He is absolutely a worthy nominee.”

“I worked with Ian now across a number companies. He has never failed to deliver. Pleased to nominate him.”

Ian commented “I am pleased to be nominated and reach the final list based on voting by SLMA members and even more pleased to be the first from the UK to make the top 10 in the years these awards have been running.”

Ian’s winning profile can be viewed here. Photos of all the winners for the annual election and nomination forms are available for viewing by going to the SLMA site. Only SLMA members were allowed to nominate and vote for up to three people. The video of the winners can be viewed here.

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