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TMCNet:  Sales Performance International Named Top 10 Sales Training Firm

[December 10, 2012]

Sales Performance International Named Top 10 Sales Training Firm

CHARLOTTE, N.C. --(Business Wire)--

Sales Performance International (SPI), a global sales training and performance improvement firm, has been named as one of Selling Power Magazine's Top 10 Sales Training Companies of 2012. Global sales training firms are selected annually for inclusion in the top 10 based on four key criteria:

1) A proven record of delivering results for sales leaders and sales teams,

2) Innovative methodology to both deliver and reinforce training,

3) Training methods and measurement to ensure high-quality results,

4) Tailored solutions for the evolving needs of today's sales organizations.

Selling Power magazine announced the Top 10 Sales Training Companies for 2012 in conjunction with an Executive Brief on the Keys to Winning Sales Performance in 2013. "Salespeople need a continuously improved and accelerated process for everything from generating leads to closing the sale" says Gerhard Gschwandtner, founder and CEO of Selling Power magazine. "Successful sales leaders need to continuously realign people, process and technology."

"We're honored to be included again as one of the world's top sales training companies by the leading publication in our industry," according to Keith Eades, CEO of SPI. "We're also excited to introduce the industrys first integrated platform for Sales Performance Optimization. Research proves an integrated approach to talent assessment, process-aligned skills development, and technology enablement can radically improve sales performance."

To learn more about moving from sales training to Sales Performance Optimization, visit: http://global.spisales.com/Sales-Performance-Optimization

About SPI:

Sales Performance International (SPI) is a global sales performance improvement firm dedicated to helping the world's leading corporations elevate their sales relationships and drive measurable, sustainable revenue growth, and operational sales performance improvement.

Founded in 1988, SPI has been the leader in helping global companies successfully transition from selling products to marketing and selling high-value solutions. With extensive sales performance expertise, deep industry knowledge, global resources and a proven track record, SPI collaborates with clients to deliver strategic, operational and tactical solutions. SPI has developed solutions and services for multiple industry segments including: technology, professional services, financial services, telecommunications, manufacturing and life sciences.

SPI has offices in Charlotte, North Carolina, Brussels, Belgium, and Beijing, China. SPI clients include: Compuware, Dell (News - Alert), Emerson Process Management, Manpower, Huawei, Maersk, Nike, Office Depot, and Pamlab. For more information, please visit www.spisales.com or www.solutionselling.com.

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