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Sales Performance International nommée dans le Top 10 des Entreprises actives dans la Formation en Vente

Sales Performance International (SPI), société mondiale de formation et d’amélioration de performances en vente, a été nommée comme faisant partie des 10 meilleures entreprises actives dans la formation en Vente 2012 par le magazine Selling Power. Des entreprises mondiales de formation en vente sont sélectionnées chaque année pour faire partie du top 10, et ce sur base de quatre critères principaux:

1) une capacité avérée à fournir des résultats pour les chefs commerciaux et les équipes de vente,

2) la méthodologie innovante pour aussi bien fournir que renforcer la formation,

3) les méthodes de formation et de mesure pour assurer des résultats de qualité,

4) des solutions personnalisables pour répondre aux besoins en constante évolution des organisations commerciales d’aujourd’hui.

Le magazine Selling Power a annoncé le Top 10 des sociétés de formation en vente pour 2012 en conjonction avec une Note Exécutive sur les clés pour atteindre des niveaux culminants de performance de vente pour 2013. “Les vendeurs ont besoin d’un processus continuellement amélioré et accéléré pour tous les aspects de la vente, de la génération de prospects jusqu’à la conclusion de la vente”, nous explique Gerhard Gschwandtner, fondateur et PDG du magazine Selling Power. “Les responsables de vente couronnés de succès doivent continuellement réaligner leurs équipes, les processus et la technologie.”

“Nous sommes honorés de figurer à nouveau parmi les plus grandes entreprises du monde actives dans formation en vente comme l’a ainsi communiqué le magazine principal de notre industrie,” indique Keith Eades, CEO de SPI. “Nous sommes également heureux de vous présenter la première plateforme intégrée de l’industrie pour l’optimalisation du rendement des ventes. La recherche démontre qu’une approche intégrée de l’évaluation des talents, un développement des compétences aligné aux processus, et l’activation technologique peut radicalement améliorer les performances de ventes.”

Pour en savoir plus sur la transition de la formation à la vente à l'optimisation des performances de vente, visitez http://global.spisales.com/Sales-Performance-Optimization

À propos de Sales Performance International

Sales Performance International (SPI) est une société globale des formation et d’amélioration de performances en vente consacrée à aider les leader mondiaux à la conduite d’une croissance de revenus mesurable et durable et à l’amélioration de la performance opérationnelle des ventes. SPI a aidé plus de 1.000.000 professionnels des ventes et de gestion dans plus de 50 pays et en 14 langues à atteindre de plus hauts niveaux de performance.

Fondée en 1988, et basée à Charlotte, Caroline du Nord, SPI a été le leader à aider les entreprises mondiales à effectuer la transition de la vente de produits à la commercialisation et la vente de solutions à valeur ajoutée. Grâce à son expertise approfondie des performances de vente, la connaissance approfondie de l'industrie, des ressources mondiales et une expérience éprouvée, SPI collabore avec ses clients pour fournir des solutions stratégiques, opérationnelles et tactiques. SPI a développé des solutions et des services pour plusieurs segments clés de l'industrie, y compris: la technologie, des services professionnels, des services financiers, les télécommunications, et de la fabrication.

Les clients de SPI comprennent: Compuware, Dell, Emerson Process Management, IBM, Manpower, Microsoft, Office Depot, et Pamlab. Pour plus d'informations, visitez www.spisales.com ou www.solutionselling.com.

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