CJIS GROUP and Power Almanac Announce Strategic Partnership
HERNDON, Va., January 28, 2020 (Newswire.com) - CJIS GROUP and Power Almanac announced a strategic partnership today that creates a powerful new tool for technology vendors focusing on the state and local government (SLED) market. This new product, CJIS Premier Plus, combines the pre-procurement market intelligence of CJIS GROUP with Power Almanac, the most comprehensive, up-to-date database of key decision makers in local government. CJIS Premier Plus is available immediately from CJIS GROUP.
"With many information technology purchase decisions being made outside of the IT department, SLED technology marketers need to market to the leaders, influencers and decision makers of operating agencies. Power Almanac's database of over 240,000 local government decision makers is an extremely effective tool to target the right role in the right agency in the right type of jurisdiction," remarked David Heinemann, CEO of CJIS GROUP.
"Beyond having the largest, freshest, and most accurate list of local government officials, Power Almanac enables its clients to target precisely the right decision-makers due to our proprietary approach of organizing government officials by role (rather than unreliable titles). We are delighted to partner with CJIS GROUP enabling us to expand our reach in the information technology vendor market," said Ron Mester, CEO of Power Almanac.
To learn more about how CJIS Premier Plus can supercharge your local government marketing efforts please contact Rick Baamonde at [email protected].
CJIS GROUP Profile
CJIS GROUP is the leading provider of pre-procurement intelligence in the SLED technology market. Many of the largest technology vendors use CJIS GROUP products and services to provide well qualified targeted leads for their SLED sales teams.
Power Almanac Profile
Power Almanac provides the premier list of local government officials. Our comprehensive and highly accurate contact database of local government decision-makers includes 240,000 records that are phone-verified every 6 months, and covers 21,000 cities, counties, and townships across the US.