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eReach Business Appointment Setting from our VOIP Based Virtual Call Center


Rainmaker Partner’s utilizes the latest in proven Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) technology and applications to link and support our Business Appointment Setting Virtual Call Center.  Our clients are provided immediate notice of scheduled Business Appointments with daily and weekly reports to monitor a campaign status and success.  Rainmaker clients also have real time visibility into our campaigns for immediate ad-hoc analysis.


You receive “Immediate Action” emails notifying you of your business appointments or “Hot” business leads within minutes of our Business Development Representatives ending the conversation with your prospects. Our streamlined online contact management system allows you to access and manage your business leads and business appointments from any Web browser, anywhere, anytime!








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