At Contactually we believe that great relationships power great business.
We know that our software and our apps can help you stay on top of deals and find sales you might have otherwise missed out on, but ultimately our software emphasizes relationships. In everything that you do as a business person, the strength and vitality of your relationships remains a priority because when it all comes down to it you’re not selling a product or a service, you’re selling yourself. And we help you do that the best way possible: personalized engagement.
Our users are often happy to share their success stories with us and user Pratham Mittal recently reached out to tell us his story. Pratham is a co-founder of New York-based VenturePact. His company connects businesses with software developers on a transparent platform that allows companies to get customized pitches, see a firm’s ratings, inspect portfolios, get questions answered, and make secure payments. They know you don’t always have all of the product resources you need for success and they help you find reliable developers to work with to help take your company to the next level.
Find out how Pratham engaged with his network on Contactually and how we were a part of another startup’s story.
Contactually Case Study: Pratham’s Story
A few years ago, I attended the New York Tech Meetup where Contactually was launching to the public for the first time. Little did I know then that this launch would transform my life.
Back then, Contactually would scrape your inbox to reveal dormant ties; people you were consistently in touch with before, but haven’t kept in touch for a while. The theme of Contactually — reconnecting with important relationships — was intriguing, so I thought this was a great way to touch base with friends I hadn’t contacted recently.
As soon as I signed up, I received an email with the names of people I should consider following up with. One of the names on the list was that of Randy Rayess. Randy and I had taken classes together at Wharton and had also worked on group projects together. During this time we used to exchange a lot of emails about group assignments. As you can see we were talking about the Airbus case and homework (HW#12). But then finals came and went, we lost touch for a while, and we both moved to New York.
So when Contactually recommended I should reconnect with Randy, I thought why not!
We ended up meeting for coffee at Starbucks. I told him about the startup that I was working on to tackle tech talent gaps. We discussed the possibilities and the implications, got super excited and decided to go craft out a solution together that would bridge this gap and help businesses access the best tech talent around the world.
This is how VenturePact was born, an online marketplace with the vision of connecting businesses with quality software firms to address the tech talent crunch.
Thanks to Contactually, I reconnected with Randy and we decided to start VenturePact together.
We love Pratham’s story and we are grateful that we had the opportunity to play a part in VenturePact’s origin and success. We also love that Pratham isn’t alone. We continually hear from users telling us about how Contactually has helped them take their business to the next level and we are honored every single time.
Take a look at how Contactually has helped other users just like Pratham see a greater return on their networks:
We love hearing how Contactually is playing a part in the growth of relationships and other businesses. Do you have a Contactually success story that you’d like to share? Send it my way to be featured on the blog!
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