New Business Resources Launches Company
IPSWICH, MA - New Business Resources (NBR) announced the formal launch of the company, a collaborative of independent, industry analysts and consultants focused on communication technologies. NBR will offer market intelligence and support for companies concerned with call center automation/optimization, CRM, unified communications, voice recognition, multimodal, Web and mobile applications. NBR will target the underserved market segment of new and emerging technology businesses providing an alternative to traditional research and analyst service models. The collaborative business model enables NBR to offer its clients access to traditionally cost-prohibitive business and market information resources and services, including quality market data and intelligence, management consulting and business strategy expertise, marketing services and business development support. "NBR's flexible structure allows us to provide the most appropriate resources to address the unique business concerns of new and emerging technology companies, such as limited financial resources, time-to-market pressures, vertical focus and lack of visibility in the marketplace," said Jack Greene, executive director and founder of New Business Resources. "Our 'Priority-One' service is ideally suited to provide high-level market intelligence on a cost-effective, pay-as-needed basis." The collaborative is comprised of a growing network of analyst firms and independent consultants, each with hands-on communication technology industry experience. Membership affords industry analysts and consultants an opportunity to grow their businesses by connecting with previously untapped prospects in new and emerging technology companies. Charter collaborative members include Paul Anderson, noted call center and CRM technology consultant and author; Dr. Deborah Dahl, principal, Conversational Technologies; Blair Pleasant, chief analyst, Commfusion; Dr. William Meisel, principal, TMA Associates; Ken Rehor, independent voice-Web consultant; Paul Stockford, principal and chief analyst, Saddletree Research; and Walt Tetschner, voice recognition expert and editor and publisher, ASRNews. NBR plans to grow the collaborative, adding new members whose skills and expertise complement the firm's current capabilities.