Subcontractor - National subcontractor, start-up, with $400,000 in revenue first year. CMC came in and
implemented new CRM system, prospecting program, collateral development, presentation training. Second year revenue was $2.1 million and third year revenue was $4.6 million
Subcontractor - 20 year old mechanical contracting firm needed to bring its branding up to date. CMC
enhanced logo, designed and developed new website including creating new copy and collateral.
Subcontractor - National subcontractor carried 2,200 wireless units between Blackberries, AirCards and cell phones. Our proprietary rate plan optimization system saved them $320,000 in the first 12 months after implementation
Subcontractor - National retail subcontractor looking to expand their current customer base. We implemented new CRM standard, prospecting program, collateral development, presentation training and secured contracts with Wal-mart, Kohl's, Family Dollar, Dollar General and more
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Private, Nonresidential Construction Spending Outlook Good
The outlook for private nonresidential construction spending remains upbeat, according to the Marcum Commercial Construction Index for the first quarter of
“Business confidence is in the 97th percentile, unemployment is near a 10-year low, and the Consumer Confidence Index has not been this high since December 2000,” wrote Anirban Basu, Marcum’s chief construction economist and author of the report.
“This all bodes well for the U.S. construction sector, which stands to benefit from a combination of consumer and business spending growth.
“Although nonresidential construction spending fell on a monthly basis in March, it remains a largely positive indicator. February’s nonresidential construction spending value of $717 billion… is the highest total since the Census Bureau began tracking the indicator.”