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AXIOM Sales Force Development has earned No. 152 on Deloitte’s 2013 Technology Fast 500™ for continued innovation and growth. AXIOM: Better Learning, Better Coaching, Better Selling

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Businesses are rarely given a second chance to win a lost opportunity, but children are being given a second chance at UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital.

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72% of adults read because they want to learn something, but 50% say lack of time keeps them from reading? Sales training as we’ve known it is dead.

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Dec

AXIOM making your CRM the tool it was always meant to be by providing provide online learning integrated with world-class applications.

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Dec

Come join AXIOM Sales Force Development Thursday, October 17, 2013 at the Salesforce Customer Company Tour being held at the Cobb Galleria Centre Atlanta, GA followed by VIP Party.

The Cloud Expo opens at 12:00pm; first keynote is at 1:00.

The day ends at 5:30 followed by an AXIOM hosted SFDC VIP Party begins at the Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel 2450 Galleria Pkwy SE Atlanta, GA 30339.

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Dec

AXIOM Sales Force Development's CEO Bob Sanders will be a keynote speaker at The Sales Management Association's third annual Sales Force Productivity Conference speaking on "Sales Training: A Eulogy."

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Dec

AXIOM provides our customers with a competitive advantage by transforming their sales teams to become trusted advisors to their customers. We are doing this by integrating Salesforce.com with AXIOM's world-class sales and coaching methodologies, and we are bringing these tools and learning together in a unique and powerful way.

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Dec

Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual Exclusive List of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies

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Dec

A competitor changes one of your prospects needs by providing a product with a capability your solution doesn't possess. That's right. It's something the prospect now says they want, and there's nothing on the horizon with your R&D department that would suggest you will have that capability anytime soon.

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Dec

It's often said that people buy from someone they like. If you believe that to be true, it would make sense that the nicer the person, the greater their chances of success in selling. The truth is, buyers can love you but still not buy from you. Nice guys don't necessarily get the sale.