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Why NCC?

For vendors we provide a series of unique opportunities:

We offer access to and engagement with over 35,000 IT end users and 8,500 management and IT consultants drawn from our many touch-points within the IT community – NCC members, end-user subscribers to our information services such as our trusted publications Conspectus and ITAdviser, registered users of the Evaluation Centre website, consultant readers of Management Consultants’ News and MCN Direct, and attendees at NCC conferences, seminars and ‘Facing the Future’ events.

Crucially, as a membership organisation, we engage with our end-user members daily in a trusted way, listening to their concerns and carefully researching their buying intentions. This means we can provide you with up-to-date, first-hand knowledge of which technology areas they are most interested in and what they are planning to purchase.

Armed with that knowledge, how do you engage with end users and consultants to influence their software and services buying decisions?

A sea change is taking place in how buyers seek product information. These days, it’s no good just publishing information on websites and waiting for prospects and customers to come and find it. People are increasingly sourcing software and services through recommendations, word of mouth, networking and the use of social media, such as LinkedIn and Twitter, as well as more ‘traditional’ sources such as B2B websites. To help vendors stay ahead of this trend we can help you to engage with your customers and prospects in these more compelling ways.

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