Wilson Learning, a global provider of sales and leadership development solutions, announced today that it has been selected as one of the 2014 Top 20 Training Companies that excel in helping sales leaders improve the performance of their sales teams. The list appears in the July issue of Selling Power magazine, which will be mailed to subscribers in the first week of July.
“A great sales-training program continues to be a staple of success for sales organizations,” says Gschwandtner. “Now more than ever, sales leaders must make sure that salespeople are properly prepared to meet the expectations of today’s socially and digitally connected buyer. Our list of the 2014 Top 20 Sales Training Companies serves as a guidepost for sales leaders who are looking for the training program that best fits their needs.”
Each sales-training company featured on this year’s list offers sales organizations the following benefits.
- Provides a consultative experience.
- Quantifies results with metrics.
- Offers customization and post-training support.
- Has a documented track record of ROI and customer satisfaction.
Here are the four main criteria Selling Power considered when selecting the top sales-training companies.
- Depth and breadth of training offered
- Innovative and new offerings or delivery methods
- Ability to customize offerings
- Strength of client satisfaction
Selling Power editors say the firms included on the 2014 Top 20 Sales Training Companies list have “demonstrated an excellent awareness of the skills and tools required to succeed and remain competitive in today’s selling environment.”
“Wilson Learning is honored to receive this recognition,” said Ed Emde, President of Wilson Learning Corporation. “Our ability to provide solutions specific to our clients’ needs that deliver measurable business impact is what sets Wilson Learning apart. We strive to continue our tradition of creating innovative approaches, strategies and tools that will impact the success of the new generation of sales professionals around the globe.”