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Selling Elevators – A New Way to IT Parks!


With facility suppliers finding a large number of stagnation related issues at their doorstep, there may be more than just low sales figures in their nightmares. Suppliers of office elevators have become worried about sustaining production, which is looking increasingly improbable. Lower turnovers mean companies have to reduce the amount of money involved in multiple procedures, or simply cancel them for the near future.

Elevator buyers are typically into an attrition mode with large office spaces getting sold off, and work forces being ignored. While users of technology such as SAP, JD Edwards and others work in similar offices, we can easily get you to the finest of details about offices typically into revamping and similar activities. Believe me, they are now an oasis in the desert of recessive economies.

Innovation has slowed down considerably, and advancements are sluggish to come by for most advanced companies. However, the building of applications, monitoring, and servicing are some of the areas receiving high revenues. Our experts have seen that, and believe only large facilities with B2B operations generating more than 67% of potential revenue are likely to see sure and steady-paced growth in the United States (2013-14).

If you had your eyes on the brighter side of things, many IT parks have become the rudimentary playground of the evolutionary business cycle. That’s what you call encouraging for all data sellers!

Our IT companies-related data always carry the following details –
  • Company contacts
  • Revenues and market caps
  • Upcoming revenues/ROIs
  • Locations and related details


These details are available, but customized lists may have extra fields for you. All you will have to do is understand, apply common sense, and pitch your elevators the right way for each IT park!

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