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Hoyes Michalos is a Canadian debt management firm with 25 offices across Ontario. Their highly professional experts, who are Licensed Insolvency Trustees, provide custom-tailored services to individuals looking to resolve debt issues. Since 1999, Hoyes Michalos has helped over 40,000 Ontario residents plan and implement efficient debt management solutions.
Our whole experience with Oro - from discovery calls to product design to customer onboarding, and support - has been perfectly executed. The Oro team worked extremely hard to ensure our organization not only had any CRM but the CRM we needed.
A subsidiary of April Group, an international insurance agency based in France, April Moto specializes in providing insurance for motorcycles, scooters, and other two-wheeled vehicles, in addition to cars. They handle over 250,000 unique quotes per year using a network of 30,000 independent brokers, as well as through direct web, phone, mail, and in-store sales.
Argentina, also known as the Argentine Republic, is a country with a population of 44.49 million located in South America.
Founded in 1985, Petra is the industry’s consumer technology authority—distributing products for more than 800 brands. Petra brings tens of thousands of top name-brand products to tens of thousands of retail and e-tail partners.
Founded in 1952 in Chicago, Illinois, Lawson Products manufactures and retails hardware tools such as Automotive, Chemicals, Cutting Tools, Fasteners, Hand tools and more.
Black Box is New Zealand’s first In-Home Marketing business that allows you the consumer to try products that are “tailored to you”.
Global Car Brand
This automotive company is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. With a history that dates back over 200 years, it is currently based in almost 160 countries and has over 10,000 stores. The company was looking for a CRM system that would help simplify the complex, multi-step process of purchasing a vehicle online, as well as give them a full 360-degree view of the customer purchase journey.
The Frankfurt Airport sees over 60 million people a year pass through its gates, making it the busiest airport in Germany and the fourth busiest in all of Europe. In addition to its transportation services, the airport also maintains hundreds of different stores and shopping facilities on its grounds, including both national and international retailers, supermarkets, and a number of restaurants.