Franklin Covey Co. (NYSE: FC) announced today that the Company has been named to TrainingIndustry.com’s 2012 Top Sales Training Companies list. This is the fifth year in a row that Franklin Covey’s Sales Performance Practice has received this recognition.
The prestigious award recognizes the top sales training companies in the industry, including those who provide outstanding service and a proven track record for delivering superior sales training and improving the impact of the sales organization.
TrainingIndustry.com annually reviews, surveys and assesses sales training companies that provide services to the corporate marketplace. Intended to assist buyers of training services, the Top 20 list is designed to support the corporate procurement process by aiding in the evaluation of potential training providers. Selection to this year's Top 20 Sales Training Companies list was based on the following criteria:
- Innovation in the sales training market
- Completeness of service offering
- Industry recognition and impact on sales training industry
- Strength of clients served
- Geographic reach and participants trained
- Company size and growth potential
“Franklin Covey’s Sales Performance Practice has been recognized as an industry leader five years in a row for improving the impact of sales teams around the globe,” said Ken Taylor, Chief Operating Officer of Training Industry, Inc. “We congratulate them for their exceptional leadership in the sales training industry and are pleased to have them on the Top 20 Sales Training List, again.”“We are pleased to be recognized again by TrainingIndustry.com as a leader in sales performance training,” said Bob Whitman, CEO Franklin Covey Co. “We are committed to helping sales leaders and teams build their consultative selling skills, knowing that if they understand and exactly meet their clients’ needs, they develop trusted relationships which are mutually beneficial. We continue to build strong, durable and profitable practices that help our clients transform their organizations to achieve their goals and attain excellence.“