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Richardson Sales Performance Makes Top 20 Sales Training Companies List 6 Years in a Row

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Richardson Sales Performance named to the list of TrainingIndustry.com’s Top 20 Sales Training Companies. This top 20 list is part of TrainingIndustry.com’s mission to continually monitor the training marketplace and impartially identify the best providers of training services and technologies.

Recognition on the 2014 list marks the sixth straight year of inclusion for Richardson Sales Performance sales training, having been named every year since its introduction. Top 20 companies are recognised for their outstanding service, a proven track record for delivering superior training, innovation, and the overall impact they have on client sales organisations. Criteria for the Top 20 Sales Training Companieslistare based on a number of interrelated items, including:

  • Industry recognition
  • Innovation in the sales training market
  • Company size
  • Growth potential
  • Breadth and depth of service offerings
  • Strength of clients served
  • Geographic reach
“Being named to the Top 20 Sales Training Companies listfor the sixth consecutive year is a great tribute to the entire Richardson Sales Performance team, as well as to all of our clients and their salespeople. Simply put, this is an honour that never gets old,” said David DiStefano, Richardson Sales Performance President and CEO. “This achievement confirms the value and influence that Richardson Sales Performance continues to demonstrate in the sales training industry. Our commitment to innovation and bringing robust solutions to our clients remains core values.”

“Continued strength in this segment reflects both the level of innovation and the introduction of new delivery and media types into the offerings of the top companies. We continue to believe that sales training is the segment leading the way in the areas of gamification and sustainability of the learning,” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, Training Industry, Inc.

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