Proforma Signs Inaugural Distributor to its New “Results First” Program
Proforma recently welcomed RJ Strauss, co-owner of ABC Printing Company powered by Proforma, a $7 million Chicago-based distributor, as the newest multi-million dollar distributor to join the Proforma Family. The company is also the inaugural distributor to participate in Proforma's new "Results First" program. Within just one month of joining Proforma, Strauss has increased his sales by more than $1 million.
"In just one month Proforma has given us more than $1 million in new business. I'm confident that with Proforma we can add more than $3 million in sales by 2014. Proforma has helped put us on track to reach our initial goal of $10 million in sales and to double our business to $15 million over the next few years," said Strauss. "Proforma's purchasing power alone easily put more than $200,000 directly back into our bottom line. Now I have access to tools and resources to grow my business that I never could have developed on my own."
Proforma's new "Results First" program allowed Strauss to join Proforma virtually risk free. With the "Results First" program distributors can get the sales growth and bottom line results they are seeking before making any financial commitments to join Proforma. At Proforma, all owner members are given the freedom to join Proforma without changing their business name and free to leave the system after 60 days notice and continue to own all the customer accounts they brought with them.
"Only Proforma has the $4 million in proven sales tools and marketing resources to be able to offer such a risk-free program," said Greg Muzzillo, founder of Proforma. "Most distributor networks say, 'Join us. Pay us fees. And THEN you will get results.' But with the Proforma 'Results First' program we say, 'We will get you sales and bottom line results first. Then join us. Then continue to grow.' You can't lose. No other distributor network can offer such a bold promise because no one else has the breadth and depth of proven resources of a $450 million leader."