Pareto Law's sales Insourcing service, which allows managers to bring in additional sales effort without impacting on headcount, is proving successful.
Jonathan Fitchew, Managing Director of Pareto Law, comments: 'We introduced the service earlier in the year and the combination of flexibility, highly trained sales professionals and cost control has hit a nerve in these difficult times. Clients appreciate the risk sharing nature of the deal, and enquiries for Pareto Insourcing are well ahead of target.'
Pareto Insourcing gives British businesses the chance to 'try before they buy'; enabling companies to quickly build critical mass in their sales teams, without the operating costs and commitment of having staff on the payroll.
Instead once placed, new sales staff are employed and trained by Pareto, with host companies offered short or long-term agreements to provide greater flexibility in uncertain times.
Pareto Law assessed, places and trains graduates for sales positions with companies including Barclays, Johnson & Johnson and Select Property. Insourcing now runs alongside its traditional outsourcing, providing UK business with a choice of sales employment solutions.
Published: 23 February 2009
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