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ISN bereikt mijlpaal van 50.000 abonnees
Date:9/10/2013

DALLAS, 10 september 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ISN heeft vandaag een mijlpaal in het ledenaantal bekendgemaakt, met 320 klanten en 50.000 aannemers die beschikken over een lidmaatschap voor haar toonaangevende databank voor het beheer van aannemers, ISNetworld. De leden bevinden zich in meer dan 75 landen, wat vorig jaar alleen al neerkwam op bijna 11 miljard aannemersuren.

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"We luisteren voortdurend naar onze klanten en werken eraan om te voldoen aan hun veranderende behoeftes. Dankzij deze gezamenlijke inspanning om onze functionaliteit en dienstverlening uit te breiden en te verbeteren, hebben we een sterke, productieve relatie met onze leden opgebouwd," aldus Brian Callahan, Executive Vice President bij ISN. "Wij zijn trots dat we onze hoge kwaliteit van dienstverlening aan onze bestaande klanten hebben gehandhaafd, terwijl we tegelijkertijd ons bereik in nieuwe sectoren en regio's hebben uitgebreid."

De energie-industrie, waarbinnen het bedrijf zijn eerste klanten verwierf in 2001, is nog steeds een aanzienlijk deel van het huidige ledenbestand. Vandaag de dag beschikt ISN over een sterke aanwezigheid in meerdere sectoren, en heeft het bedrijf haar activiteiten uitgebreid tot beheerdiensten die specifiek zijn voor grote onderaannemers.

"De continue groei van ISN is te danken aan de solide relaties die ISNetworld helpt te bevorderen tussen onze aannemerklanten en hun cliënten," verklaart Joseph Eastin, President van ISN. "Ons team is toegewijd aan het succes van onze leden in alle sectoren en regio's over de hele wereld."

Het hoofdkantoor van ISN is gevestigd in Dallas, Texas, en daarnaast heeft het bedrijf vestigingen in Calgary, Sydney'/>"/>

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