Houston, TX, December 13, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Making consistent, steady progress towards executing its mission to remove invasive species from the environment by turning them into science products, the Houston & Austin, Texas, based habitat restoration company, BioInvaders Incorporated, has introduced all new features to its website that will allow citizen scientists, sales people, and collectors of invasive species to better conduct business. In the Invasive Species Lab, BioInvaders has introduced new database connected forms to its marquee Invasive Species Lab page, as well as the Citizen Scientist page. Under the Corporate tab, sales and marketing employees can find the Call Tool. When users participate in the Invasive Species Marketplace, they can earn a free e-mail address from BioInvaders.com. BioInvaders management is building a critical business infrastructure that will facilitate both invasive species science, and educational biotechnology on a global scale.
Citizen scientists may be wondering what the best way for them to get involved in solving the invasive species problem might be. Well, they owe it to themselves to start with the BioInvaders Invasive Species Marketplace. BioInvaders has built a first class database complete with forms, raw data, and searchable table on its website www.bioinvaders.com. Look under the tab called Invasive Species Lab. Click through directly to the Lab and access the first, most critical tool that citizen scientists can use when fighting invasive species, the Invasive Species Collection form. Here collectors of invasive species can submit information about invasive species specimens they collect. When someone submits data there, it shows up under the tab for Lab Data. BioInvaders is building a global bioinformatics database on the distribution of invasive species which the firm plans on using to strategize and execute methodologies for removing the most invasive species from the environment at once. When a user of invasive species specimens interacts with a product in the laboratory, they can submit further data about the specimen on our Citizen Scientist page. This is where we get data about individual specimens that we can use for scientific studies. These tools are just a small sampling of what BioInvaders plans on providing to its citizen scientist collectors and users of invasive species specimens now and in the future.
Selling invasive species specimens is proving to be the most challenging hurdle to executing the BioInvaders mission. “The most important thing a person can do to help solve the invasive species problem is to sell a specimen to a school,” said Brett Scott, President of BioInvaders Incorporated. BioInvaders has built an all new Call Tool for sales people to better assess a customer’s fit in the BioInvaders Invasive Species Marketplace. This feature is found under the Corporate tab on the firm’s website, under the Call Tool link. Here, a sales person is directed to ask certain questions that will lead to a sale, provide the beginnings of customer feedback, and educate the customer about other features in the Invasive Species Marketplace. When data from the Call Tool matches a purchase order from the Bioinvaders Shop (shop.bioinvaders.com), the firm pays commission. It’s that simple.
All who participate in the BioInvaders Invasive Species marketplace are given the opportunity to earn a custom e-mail address from BioInvaders.com. Right now, collectors who get two or more species may get an e-mail address. Anyone who makes a sale gets an e-mail address. Using these e-mail addresses, the firm can better communicate about the science and the business behind the BioInvaders Invasive Species Marketplace.