Typically, our clients provide training materials and often personnel to perform initial start-up training on product, order processing and fulfillment, and support.
During the start up phase, training logistics, schedule, and syllabus are addressed and refined to serve the needs of each new sales team.
Once this training has been done, Sales Partnerships will incorporate the product specific training into its larger training syllabus which includes Sales Partnerships’ own sales training process, role playing, compliance safety and ethics training, technology training, etc…
Clients are invited to participate or attend subsequent training sessions from time to time. If new products, or changes to existing products, are significant enough to warrant new training, our clients will provide the materials (and occasionally personnel) needed to perform the training and Sales Partnerships will incorporate these changes into its training syllabus.
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