A CRATLOE businessman has launched a new online networking site which uses innovative technol- ogy to help businesses find new cus- tomers and suppliers.
The online service, known as TransActions.1ie, continuously matches companies that need each other, explains Managing Director, Des Crosbie.
‘In practice, this means that each company is notified by email of new potential customers who require their product or service. They are also no- tified about suppliers who can fulfil their specific business needs.”
Stating that the service is “purely for business networking’, as op- posed to social networking, he says that business networking, whether in
person or online, can take time and can sometimes yield poor results. TransActions.ie solves this problem using unique matching functional- ity. Unlike other online networks, users won’t have to spend time con- necting to people they already know, but are almost instantly connected to companies that they need and can do LUKE Nee LNOE
The site, which has only been live a little over a month, is steadily in- creasing in popularity. It has member companies throughout Ireland in sec- tors as diverse as printing, construc- tion, financial services and transpor- tation which range from sole traders to multinational corporations.
A one year subscription 1s currently free of charge, but this will only be available for a limited time on www. TransActions.1e.