Sales and Marketing Outsourcing

Sales and Marketing Outsourcing


Sales and Marketing process outsourcing (SMPO) can be explained as outsourcing some or all of the Sales and marketing operations thus enabling an organization to focus on its core business activities.

From sales force Management to Client handling.

From lead generation to Closing of sales

SMPO as a function is beneficial to any organization, because:

  • SMPO relieves management of the headaches connected with Sales and marketing thereby having more time to plan and strategise
  • SMPO gives an organization more control on the overall marketing operations by having better coordination and selective inhouse expertise.
  • SMPO helps organizations address critical management issues of the business and clients
  • SMPO helps an organization better understand the needs of their clients and deliver value accordingly
  • SMPO is an instant delivery mechanism as organisations do not have to wait to acquire expertise and setup in house systems
  • SMPO companies have their own resources and company does not have any standing commitment making it a cost effective proposition

Our SMPO Proposition

  • We ACT as Your marketing team who THINKS AS PER YOUR integrated marketing team
  • As a part of the job is also a CATALYST between the best available resources in the Market and YOU.
  • We constantly help define and put your business strategy into marketing strategy and executable actions, by applying modern approach to the action plan.
  • In short, WE are YOUR marketing team, out of your office,

Our Areas of Interest

We are currently specializing and open to opportunities in the following sectors:

  • Electrical
  • FMCG
  • Medical
  • Media
  • Education
  • Franchising

Services of Easemybusiness

  • Strategizing for successful launch of the product in different geographic zones as the suitability and financial viability of the product and the organization.
  • Successful identification of the supply chain entities in the designated markets.
  • Formalizing and documenting tie-ups between manufacturer and the supply-chain entity.
  • Monitoring and review of each entity to ensure regular sales and define ways to initiate higher sales from each entity.