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OpenSymmetry highlights challenges in delivering results

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We’re pleased to be part of the cutting edge knowledge presented in this issue, which speaks to the advice we deliver to our clients on a daily basis.

Successful selling, technology advancements and culture shifts amongst selling teams were all topics featured in this month’s special report by Raconteur, recently featured in The Times newspaper. As the leader in Sales Performance Management consulting, OpenSymmetry’s announcement published in this report emphasized common issues faced by sales leaders in delivering results.

“We’re pleased to be part of the cutting edge knowledge presented in this issue, which relates to the advice we deliver to our clients on a daily basis,” said Todd LeBaron, CEO, OpenSymmetry.

“No publication has covered the emerging trends and importance of the sales force to an organization’s overall success. We constantly see the complexity of sales compensation programs, so our mission is to bring the people, processes and tools together.”

The report was also featured at the ISMM Successful Selling, Sales Director Live and CIM Sales Forum events.

To download a copy of this report, click here.

About OpenSymmetry
OpenSymmetry is the only dedicated Sales Performance Management consulting firm with a global team of experts to address your compensation needs. Our consultants understand the complexities of Incentive Compensation and offer expertise in Plan Design, Solution Selection, Implementation, Managed Services, Reporting & Analytics, with delivery across the industry's leading solution providers.

Headquartered in Austin, Texas with offices in London, Sydney, Johannesburg and Kuala Lumpur, OpenSymmetry is positioned to provide independent advice on all aspects of Sales Performance Management and Incentive Compensation.

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