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Free SAP Customer Contact of the Day!

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

Back after three days. Making up for the absence with 3 free contacts today.

Click here for the Free Contact of the Day from

Sacramento Municipal Utility District

Drury Inns Inc

Thomas Cook UK Ltd

 

Free SAP Customer Contact of the Day!

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

Click here for the Free Contact of the Day from

San Antonio Water System

Free SAP Customer Contact of the Day!

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

Click here for the Free Contact of the Day from:

Hitachi Consulting Corporation

Get A Free SAP Customer Contact Every Day

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010

logo_sapml_300dpi_200wIn continuation of our recent launch of v2 of our SAP MAILING LIST, we’re pleased to launch our Free Contact of the Day! program, in which we’ll be giving away one SAP customer contact every day – absolutely free. Contact information will include Last Name, First Name, Title, Company, Telephone, Email, and Country.

While you’re welcome to visit the SAP MAILING LIST page of the GTM360 website to collect the free contact of the day, we’ll also be distributing it via Talk of Many Things. Each day, we’ll post the URL of the page from where you can download the contact as a CSV file. To automatically have the blog post delivered to your inbox, you can subscribe to Talk of Many Things by using the subscription option on the homepage of the blog.

For those who prefer to try out their luck at bigger things, we’re simultaneously launching another program to give away 100 SAP customer contacts (worth $200) absolutely free every week. Details of this program can be found on the aforementioned page.

We hope business development executives of SAP and other ERP service providers will find this mailing list useful in their efforts at targeting existing SAP sites for upgrade, support, replacement and other offerings.

Click here for Free Contact of the Day from: Delta Air Lines, Inc., USA

Win 100 SAP Customer Contacts Every Week

Monday, November 8th, 2010

logo_sapml_300dpi_200wIn continuation of our recent launch of v2 of our SAP MAILING LIST, we’re pleased to launch our program to give away 100 SAP customer contacts (worth $200) every week. Contact information will include Last Name, First Name, Title, Company, Telephone, Email, and Country. Details of this program can be found on the SAP MAILING LIST page of the GTM360 website.

For those who prefer the guarantee of a steady flow of contacts, we’re also simultaneously launching the Free Contact of the Day! program, in which we’ll be giving away one SAP customer contact every day.  While you’re welcome to visit the aforementioned page daily to collect the contact of the day, we’ll also be distributing it via Talk of Many Things. Each day, we’ll post details of the URL of the page from where you can download the contact as a CSV file. To automatically have the blog post delivered to your inbox, you can subscribe to Talk of Many Things by using the subscription option that can be found on the homepage of the blog. 

We hope business development executives of SAP and other ERP service providers will find this mailing list useful in their efforts at targeting existing SAP sites for upgrade, support, replacement and other offerings.

GTM360 Launches SAP Mailing List v2

Friday, October 22nd, 2010

logo_sapml_300dpi_200wAround three months ago, we launched our SAP MAILING LIST product which then contained around 3,500 contacts of SAP customers and partners.

Apart from fielding inquiries from several prospective customers, we derived a few useful insights during this period:

  • There doesn’t seem to be any single source – paid or free – of contact information about SAP installed base. Marketers of SAP and other ERP service providers targeting existing SAP sites for upgrade, support, replacement and other offerings have to spend a lot of time and money to assemble customer names and contact information from diverse sources. No wonder our consolidated SAP MAILING LIST received – and continues to receive – such an enthusiastic response.
  • Most marketers seem to be focused on just a few states of the United States instead of targeting the entire country with their offerings.
  • Snail-mail is not dead. From the number of inquiries we receive for postal address for contacts, it appears that marketers are increasingly going back to sending direct mail shots by post – maybe they’d never stopped? – to beat overzealous spam filters that divert their emailers to junk folders.

In response to these insights, we’ve enriched the product, which now has more contacts. Apart from that, we are introducing an advanced version that includes the street address for all contacts. Click here for more information.

ET Does It Again!

Monday, March 8th, 2010

The Economic Times does it again!

Can anyone explain the connection between the headline and the text of this article?

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Season’s Greetings!

Friday, January 1st, 2010

Talk of Many Things wishes its readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2010.

Apart from WordPress on whose popular blogging platform this blog is built, let me thank two tools that have helped enrich Talk of Many Things.

IrfanView01_200One is IrfanView, which has helped greatly toward the processing of almost all pictures that appear on this blog. Over the years, I’ve dabbled with all kinds of graphics packages, ranging from the open source GIMP to advanced and expensive ones like Corel Draw. I’ve found all of them uniformly too complex for the novice user and have given up soon after starting to use them. But not IrfanView. It’s extremely simple to use while being adequately powerful for all everyday needs. 

AddThis01The other is AddThis, the small bookmarking button you see at the bottom of every post in Talk of Many Things and in thousands of other websites. AddThis is a simple, free widget that allows readers to conveniently bookmark and share the web page they’re reading on Digg, Del.icio.us, Facebook, LinkedIN, Twitter and over 200 other popular bookmarking and social networking services with a single mouse-click. Readers can also email and print any web page using AddThis. And, unlike the mailto tag based email links that you find on many websites, AddThis comes with its own email sending functionality and does not need any desktop email client like Outlook Express on your PC.

Although most users would find IrfanView and AddThis worth paying for, they’re both free. In the absence of a license fee, I hope they have some other revenue model that ensures their continued viability – I for one wouldn’t want to see them folding up.

Thank you for your continued interest in Talk of Many Things and look forward to staying in touch through 2010.

Launching GTM360

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

After more than two decades of working for various technology companies in India and abroad, most recently i-flex / Oracle Financial Services, I have decided to become an enterpreneur – and, GTM360 is the result.

GTM360 is a B2B marketing company that offers all-round go to market solutions to enable high-tech companies maximize value from their ideas, products and capabilities.

GTM360’s key offerings for products, services and web-based companies include

  • Discovery of marketable ideas, products and capabilities
  • Packaging into sharply defined offerings
  • Brochures, offering detail notes, capability documents, case studies, website and other marketing collateral
  • Email and telemarketing campaigns to generate leads
  • Proposals
  • Account strategy
  • Contract review

This is just a professional update. Nothing changes as regard Talk of Many Things.

Happy Reading!

Season’s Greetings!

Sunday, December 28th, 2008

Talk of Many Things wishes its readers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

At the start of this year, I’d promised to make it easy for readers to leave behind comments on this blog. Thanks to some innovative technology from reCAPTCHA, I’ve been able to fulfill my promise.

Like other methods, reCAPTCHA uses a graphical image to ensure that “you’re human” – and not a computerized bot which usually only leaves behind spam. But unlike any others I’ve come across, reCAPTCHA serves another purpose: it helps scan old books that were published before the onset of the digital era. I’m also impressed with the smartness of its implementation logic.

While I’ve used reCAPTCHA for this WordPress-based blog, you can put reCAPTCHA on any website. reCAPTCHA also promises easy-to-use code for common web programming languages such as PHP. Interested? Visit reCAPTCHA for more details.

Okay, now that I’ve made it easy for you to leave comments on this blog, let me leave you with something to comment upon:

Through this year, I’ve been asked many times (okay, a few times, happy?) to give my take on the credit crunch and financial meltdown. There have been countless articles written on this subject, so I won’t start off on another one. Instead, I’ll simply refer to one of my Quotable Quotes. 

Q: If you are so smart, why are you not rich? – Wall Street Bond Trader to a Harvard Professor
A: If you are so rich, why are you not smart? – Reply from the Harvard Professor
 

But I’m not sure who is smart and who is rich, so you may want to comment?

Thank you for your interest in Talk of Many Things and look forward to staying in touch in 2009.