04-13-2017 06:03 AM - last edited on 04-13-2017 06:21 AM by ConnectRep
I added a contact of mine from MTA's NYC Transit and it said the New York Unified Courts as the company and it wasn't possible to change it. All the other contact info I put in is correct but I don't want to not get the points because the company info was wrong. You can reach my at [edited] and im called LocalLogic3 on this site. Thanks.
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04-13-2017 06:28 AM
The domain on the email address must be associated with NY UNified Courts. Do they use they same domain for email across multiple offices? If so, it may be tricky to associate him with another company.
04-13-2017 06:36 AM - edited 04-13-2017 06:39 AM
When entering any contact the system always uses the domain of the email address as the other member had stated in the last comment. This will automatically assign the prospect to the company listed in data.com connect that is linked to that domain. Sometimes I have found that the company information is old and even though the company name has changed the domain is the same. If company information has changed you can update that company info in the system. Keeping up on company information is just as important as keeping up on contact information.
I am wondering if MTA NYC is run under the same system and domain as the unified courts and in that case the information would be correct... personally if that was the case I would just put that MTA NYC in his title so that it is separated from the courts ( any other rainmakers have thoughts on this as a process)
At the top of the screen when you enter the corner you will see that there is a search area. IF you type in your question before posting you might find answers faster . Hope we were able to help please reach out to me if you need help updating information on this company.
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