SalesChain has expanded in each of its departments to facilitate bigger and more complex projects.

[Southbury, CT] – In order to meet growing demand in 2022, business automation software provider, SalesChain, expanded in all departments, growing by over 25% in employee count since the start of the year.

SalesChain was met with some of their biggest and most ambitious projects to date in the 2022 calendar year. From developing an I.T. products selling tool to onboarding a record number of new customers, SalesChain says their team has expanded considerably to meet demand – even to the tune of growing their employee count by over 25%.

The software provider has hired new full-stack developers, customer support, marketing, and I.T. staff to the SalesChain team. According to SalesChain’s founder and CEO, Tim Szczygiel,

“In software, it’s not the product that you buy, it’s the people.”

Client Success Manager, Matthew Szczygiel, says bigger departments at SalesChain means that the company will be able to continue to grow, innovate, and take on new partnerships into 2023 and beyond. When asked about how these new hires affect the company’s outlook in 2023, he replied,

“We are so excited to have new faces join our team. Bringing on new individuals always means new perspectives and new energy and we are glad to be in a position to spread out our workload across more brilliant minds.”

The 2022 momentum seems to be carrying into 2023, as SalesChain has already released one of their biggest updates in company history, SalesChain 8.3.

About SalesChain: SalesChain is the complete business automation solution for office equipment dealers. A CIO Magazine top 10 Workflow Automation Company, SalesChain provides CRM, CPQ, Quote to Cash and more for copier dealers and managed service providers. SalesChain helps dealers create smart data that can be used across the business to create more efficient operations.

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