DatabaseUSA.com Appoints Mark Puljan Regional Sales Manager for its Enterprise Division
The Experienced Sales Executive Joins Vin Gupta Again at DatabaseUSA.com.
San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) July 19, 2013
DatabaseUSA.com, the leading provider of full-service database and email marketing solutions for businesses and salespeople, is excited to welcome Mark Puljan as its new Regional Sales Manager for its Enterprise Division.
Mark Puljan joins DatabaseUSA.com with over twenty-five years of experience, having spent a collective thirteen years at Infogroup working with enterprise clients in various sales management roles. His experience in enterprise sales and maintaining strong customer relationships, as well as his technical acumen, will give him a leg-up in this competitive industry.
As Regional Sales Manager for DatabaseUSA.com, Puljan will be responsible for managing a region of corporate and government clients. He is looking forward to utilizing his many years of industry experience and working with the top leadership team at DatabaseUSA.com.
“After seeing what DatabaseUSA.com provides its current and future clients, I hope to be able to offer even more value to businesses through high quality data and direct marketing services that will help them find new customers, increase their revenue, and grow their businesses,” says Puljan of his new position.
To learn more, contact TJ Hyman at 877-417-0101 or email TJ.Hyman(at)DatabaseUSA(dot)com.
DatabaseUSA provides high-quality, full-service database and email marketing solutions to businesses and sales people. With over 200 years combined experience, the company is revolutionizing the way businesses find new prospects and grow their sales.
The DatabaseUSA content is compatible with the following platforms: Oracle CRM, Salesforce CRM, Microsoft CRM, Nutshell CRM, Goldmine CRM, Sage ACT! CRM, Highrise CRM, Zoho CRM, NetSuite CRM, SAP CRM, Constant Contact, RightNow Technologies, Reponsys, and Verticle Response.
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