Flex Technology Group has earned the accolade as one of the “50 Best Companies to Sell For” in the United States by Selling Power. Ranked #30 on the 2022 list, this is the fifth time FTG has earned a top spot in this national list of sales organizations.
To assemble this year’s list, Selling Power’s research team gathered, analyzed, and evaluated data from sales-focused organizations across the nation. Flex Technology Group’s national sales organization ranked amongst the best companies to sell based on the company’s ability to outperform similar organizations in the following areas:
- Company Culture
- Compensation and Benefits Packages
- Hiring and Onboarding Practices
- Sales Training & Sales Enablement Strategies
- Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
“Once again, we’re honored to be recognized among the top 50 companies to sell for in the country,” states Frank Gaspari, CEO of Flex Technology Group, “This accolade is a testament to our employee-focused culture, which remains central to the success of our sales organization and empowers our collective teams to support each other in providing world-class customer service. FTG isn’t only a great company to sell for, it’s a great company to work for across the board. “
“As companies are facing economic headwinds sales organizations are sharpening their focus on sales talent. The Best Companies to Sell For have mastered the alignment of people, processes, and technologies and created a sales organization that excels in hiring, onboarding, training, and compensation of their sales representatives. What attracts salespeople to work for these leading organizations is their great culture, their commitment to diversity, and their steady support of the sales team by servant leadership that focuses on creating customer value and a meaningful work environment that offers unlimited opportunities to win,” says Gerhard Gschwandtner, founder and CEO of Selling Power. “These companies aim at a higher level of professionalism and trust, which in turn leads to increased sales and a lower turnover of the sales force” Gschwandtner continued.
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