Dave was busy calling. He was trying to make many calls and hit a specific metric of calls. One of the Sales Directors had told him he needs to make contact with a specific account, the account being Swiss and large. He was hustling to get in contact but the company was Huge and he was getting bounced around inside his company.
Man on Phone: Hello, you have reached Power Tools.
Dave: Hello, I am trying to find a man named Williams. I think he is a software developer.
Man on Phone: This is Power Tools, let me transfer you.
(Dave waited)(beep beep music music)
New Man on Phone: Hello. Dishwashers! How may I help you?
Dave: Hello. I am trying to find a man by the name of Williams. He is a software developer in your company.
New Man on Phone: You do know that this is Dishwashers correct? We don’t make software in this department.
Dave: Yes. But I am trying to find a man by the name of Williams. He is using some software from my company and I need to track this man down.
New Man on Phone: Okay. I am going to transfer you to Power Tools.
Dave: No! They transferred me to you.
New Man on Phone: Okay. Okay. Williams you say? Let me look that name up.
(tap tap tap keyboard sound)
New Man on Phone: Okay. There is a Williams in the USA actually. Here is the number.
(Dave took down the number)
Dave: Thank you sir. (Hang up phone)
Dave dialed the number. It was ringing. It rang five times and went to voicemail.
New New Man on Phone voice: Hello there. You have reached Frank Williams at Facility Maintenance. Please leave me a message and I will return your call when I get a chance. Thank you.
Frank Williams sounded to be a man with a thick accent. Dave did not want to judge this man by his voice but he had a feeling that he was not a software developer.
Dave let out a small sigh. “20 minutes of work to find a facility maintenance man in the USA. Not helpful.” Dave thought.
Dave still had many calls to make.
(END OF ENTRY, DJ ROBO BISCUIT)