NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwired - May 14, 2013) - As a result of the release of SMA Alliance Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SMAA) Car Blaster v. 6.4 software, the board of directors unanimously voted to implement a proposed acquisitional sales plan to elevate current sales and expand marketing opportunities prior to entering the third quarter. SMA's Car Blaster v. 6.4 software was revised to greatly reduce program start-up times by automating simple tasks, thus giving SMA added resources to focus on sales and growth (See SMA Announces Production of Car Blaster v. 6.4).
"Because of the time saved by these automated processes, we are able to reduce the price of our sales packages dramatically. SMA now has the ability to offer pricing lower than automotive industry standards which helps us securely build a strong base of long-term clients," CEO Timothy Stephens quotes.
The acquisitional sales model creates another sales avenue by allowing SMA to acquire ownership percentages of other automotive listing websites through shared revenue implementation. Additionally, the acquisitional sales model will allow the sales division to expand SMA's technology to other automotive marketing companies in need of lead generation, creating more demographic sales opportunities. By adding this approach, SMA will be able to secure alliances and license their technology secured by ownership value and shared revenue, transforming competition into alliances.
Director of USA Marketing, Sarah Myers, states, "This model aligns perfectly with completed beta testing results of our new software which we will release after the market close. On a personal note, I want to thank our shareholders who have made these operations possible. We have had delays and set-backs over the last 18 months, but are finally ready to release the positive results to our shareholders who have diligently preserved and supported us."
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