4 Continuum Partners Named Robin Robins "Better Your Best" Finalists

Posted February 27, 2015by Ben Barker


In an announcement that came as no surprise to us, four Continuum partners have been named finalists in the Robin Robins "Better Your Best" Competition.  Jay Ryerse, Digitel Corp.; Bill Ooms, BSS Consulting; Scott Spiro, Computer Solutions Group (CSG); and Howard Globus, IT On Demand continue their pursuit of the competition's top prize: being the spokesperson of Robin Robins' company, Technology Marketing Toolkit.

Robin Robins has established herself and her Technology Marketing Toolkit as a titan in the channel. So far, over 7,000 business owners worldwide have made the decision to implement Robins' marketing system. 

Additionally, Robin Robins will be a keynote speaker at Navigate 2015 in Las Vegas. 

All finalists will have the opportunity to deliver a presentation on the marketing campaigns, strategies and plans that they've used to gain significant increases in sales, profits and new clients. The presentations will take place at Robin Robins' "IT Sales and Marketing Boot Camp" which will be held April 22-25, 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee.


Our four partners were selected because their respective companies have made leaps and bounds when it comes to development and growth. In five years, Digitel Corp. revenue increased from $175,000 to over $2.6 million in 2014. BSS Consulting boosted profits by more than 52 percent last year. CSG added $1 million in top line revenue, expanded staff from 10 to 16 and appeared on Los Angeles and national news programs. IT On Demand increased sales by nearly $600,000 in 2014.

We wish all of our partners the best of luck as the competition moves forward and have the utmost confidence that the winner of the "Better Your Best" competition will be one of these four Continuum all-stars!

Want to see Robin Robins at Navigate 2015? Register now!


Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

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