SAUSALITO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--ChannelNet, a leading customer acquisition, retention and conquest firm, with offices in Sausalito, has been named to a prestigious business list of woman-owned companies in the San Francisco Bay area, published in San Francisco Business Times’ Book of Lists.
The business magazine included ChannelNet in its list based on company-wide revenue, Bay Area employment and employment company-wide.
“It’s an honor to be included among the leading woman-owned businesses in the San Francisco Bay area,” said Paula Tompkins, CEO and Founder.
Founded in the Bay Area, ChannelNet is a leader and pioneer in Internet multichannel marketing and sales solutions to help large enterprises generate leads, close sales, and increase revenue by streamlining the customer experience across sales channels.
Tompkins understands marketing and sales and how to make a difference through personalization as well as customization. She holds two technology patents for it. “Our patented software really benefits any type of company—automotive, home improvement, financial, retail—seeking a personal customer experience, whether they want to provide instant credit approvals, to target marketing offers, or to retain or acquire customers.
ChannelNet has created thousands of marketing automation solutions for hundreds of the best known, most trusted companies worldwide, including five of the top ten global automotive finance companies as well as Hunter Douglas, Benjamin Moore Paints, Saks Fifth Avenue and others.
The combination digital marketing agency and technology company also provides its customers with usability and creative design, content creation, hosting, integration services, production and help desk support.
“Our solution really benefits everyone--the consumer trying to lease, buy or arrange financing and the dealer or retailer who wants to sell a product,” said Tompkins.
When the first personal computers hit the market, Tompkins knew the technology would revolutionize marketing. She started ChannelNet in 1985 to get in on the ground floor. ChannelNet has been enhancing business-consumer relationships ever since with its customer retention technology.
ChannelNet is a leader and a pioneer in delivering customer acquisition, retention and conquest services via web-based solutions that integrate a multi-channel sales environment. Using a software-as-a-service (SAAS) model, its experts connect leading automotive, financial services, home improvement and retail companies with their customers to sell products and services through local channels. ChannelNet’s patented software enables consumers to research a purchase, view sales incentives, and seamlessly complete transactions at a store, through a call center or on their mobile device. The privately-held company, founded nearly 30 years ago, is based in Dearborn, Michigan. It has a Western U.S. office in Sausalito, California.
About San Francisco Business Times
San Francisco Business Times is published in San Francisco, California by American City Business Journals, www.acbj.com. In addition to its weekly print edition, its online edition provides breaking business news of the San Francisco Bay Area, updated throughout the day.