Breaking Out Of the Norm

Adams, John
June 2003
Bank Technology News;Jun2003, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p24
Trade Publication
Reports on efforts of financial firms in the United States to help sales representatives focus on an entire product line. Firms that use the technology company, Knowlagent's products to identify the skill sets and performance of sales and service personnel; Overview on benefits of Knowlagent's training platform to CitiFinancial.


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