Allied Integrated Services

Allied Integrated Services (AIS) is a value-added re-seller (VAR) of automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) integrated solutions; hardware, software, remedial onsite, and depot services and supplies. There was a focus on utilizing barcode, RFID (Radio Frequency Identification), and 
The story around how Jeremiah ended up at AIS is quite interesting. Jeremiah was having lunch with his father (also a business mentor) at a Chinese restaurant. They were discussing Jeremiah's career future. Even with the mention of not being as successful as he wanted, Jeremiah was approached by someone. He approached Jeremiah, handing him his business card, and simply stating "If you are looking for a new opportunity, call me." Come to find out this was the COO and General Manager of AIS, Jeremiah's future boss. 

What was in it for Jeremiah?

Jeremiah realized he could do much more when he was invested in the company and its culture and believed in the products and services being delivered. He was given carte blanche in regards to his role after he understood the vision and mission of the company and how this role was a part of it. Jeremiah was really able to exercise his critical and strategic thinking to deliver awesome results.

What is in it for you?

Unfortunately, due to the company's bankruptcy, he was part of an abrupt lay-off. This third, unexpected loss of a job was the straw that broke the camel's back. Jeremiah was determined to develop in-demand skills and become more marketable. A determined, motivated, life-long learner was forged. He decided he was going to go back to college to finish his current in-progress degree, Commercial Music. Even though he wasn't going to use it, he wanted to finish what he started. After that, he would begin working on his second Associate's degree in Business Management.


Business Development Manager (Jan. 2007 - Aug. 2007)


  • Jeremiah gives it his all by making 807 phone calls.
  • He was able to make 57 appointments with the majority of them being firsts for AIS.
  • He grew the sales pipeline from $0 to nearly $500,000.
  • Jeremiah was able to close 43 sales.
  • He implemented a new marketing project for products and services.
  • He developed a new sales strategy on new automatic identification and data collection equipment and solutions.


  • Jeremiah managed business development in the Dallas/Ft. Worth (D/FW) Texas region.
  • He helped organizations increase efficiency, manage, and reduce operational expenses related to mobile computing, inventory control, data collection, and auto identification.
  • He conducted meetings, training, and demonstrations with customers and prospects.
  • Jeremiah conducted consulting sales – performed cost and needs analysis, return on investment (ROI), implementation scheduling.

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