Atlanta, GA, Jan 24, 2019. RampedUp announced today that the company is honoring all existing contact credits of Data.com customers. On May 3rd, 2018, Salesforce.com discontinued selling Data.com Connect. As a result, RampedUp is honoring all Data.com credits for existing customers. To claim the credits, customers must be able to show proof of account ownership and existing credits.
Scott Miller, Founder of RampedUp, “Salesforce.com has cultivated a very loyal following of customers that have accumulated hundreds and thousands of credits. These customers will be left out in the cold when Data.com is discontinued on May 4th, 2019. For many people this is the lifeblood of their business. That’s why we created this program – to give these people an alternative.”
RampedUp uses a web-sourced model for collecting data – meaning contact information is indexed from social profiles, press releases, and corporate biographies. This is different from the Data.com model of crowd-sourcing but lends itself to better accuracy and less duplication, Data.com users will find a familiar interface for contact data and integration with Salesforce.com. They will also find the quantity to which they are accustomed:
- 190 Million Global Contact records
- 9 Million Companies
- 9000 Daily Trigger Events delivered to the inbox
William Lennon, Chief Sales Officer at GroupBDO, “As GroupBDO had to find an alternative to Data.com we were; quite frankly, a little scared of what the replacement marketplace presented to us. We were used to getting information quickly and without fuss and after looking at several of the vendors we did not feel that we could see a fit until we came across RampedUp! We are glad that we did and have been very happy with our downloads and the ease of use.“
About RampedUp: is an integrated Sales and Marketing tool created to provide every contact and company that would be a good fit for your business. We align sales and marketing teams by giving sellers the same access to data marketers use for their campaigns and a portal for marketers to share “just-in-time” content to move a prospect further in the sales cycle. By combining the needs of sales and marketing into ONE tool – companies can now align them for One goal