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  1. Sheetal Sharma June 10, 2013 at 11:24 pm #

    Another workable idea, i have started loving your posts Andy! instead of flooding inbox of customers with promotional emails, it’s better to ask them while buying a service, pitching at the time of sale always works out best to attract customers in future. This mantra is followed by the leaders of synechron and that’s the reason most of our clients have stayed with us for more than a decade availing our services in different business domains and verticals.

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