Company Honored for Its Sales Readiness Technology, Which Improves Sales Effectiveness and Results, and for Its Corporate Blog, with Must-Read Content for Sales Professionals
The company was honored in two categories:
- “Top Sales Enablement Technology,” for its innovative enterprise solutions that foster an always-ready sales force, and
- “Top Company Blog,” for its fresh and prolific coverage of business-critical sales enablement topics.
Hosted by leading online sales community Top Sales World, the Top Sales Awards received thousands of entries to its recent program. Independent judges – spanning analysts, executives, thought-leaders and other preeminent experts in the sales field – evaluated the nominations. This marks the third year that Brainshark has been named a winner in the awards.
“Sales readiness is achieved not only through the development of new technology, but also the sharing of new ideas,”said Brendan Cournoyer, vice president of marketing, Brainshark. “With our software platform, blog content, services and more, Brainshark empowers sales teams – as well as the enablement leaders that support them – with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed. As we kick off the New Year, these recent honors reflect Brainshark’s continuous commitment to improving companies’ sales effectiveness, as well as the powerful results our customers achieve.”
Brainshark’s award-winning solutions – for sales onboarding, continuous training, coaching and practice, content creation and more – equip reps to deliver maximum value to buyers and close more deals. In addition to the Top Sales Awards, Brainshark’s technology has been honored in recent months in The International Business Awards, Best in Biz Awardsand MarTech Breakthrough Awards, among other programs.
Having garnered multiple Top Sales Awards, the Brainshark Ideas Blog highlights a range of expert voices – including sales reps, analysts, executives, customers and other experts – who provide tips, introduce new methodologies, put research findings into context and much more.
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