Miller Heiman Group is built on a strong legacy of its heritage brands such as Huthwaite, AchieveGlobal, Channel Enablers, Impact Learning Systems and CSO Insights, and more than a combined 150 years of experience along with a unique way of looking at organizational challenges. This combination brings together some of the most experienced consultants and experts in the industry to deliver some of the most proven solutions in the market, such as SPIN® Selling Conversations, Strategic Selling®, Professional Selling Skills® and Large Account Management Processsm (LAMP®).
These products are part of the company's broader set of Be Ready solutions, the most comprehensive offering on the market designed to transform businesses and drive revenue.
In conjunction with the name change, Miller Heiman Group today launched its new website, www.millerheimangroup.com, and unveiled its new logo.
About Miller Heiman Group
Miller Heiman Group has historically been recognized as one of the largest training companies in the world, but is quickly becoming one of the most prolific business solutions provider in sales and service performance. Built on legacy brands such as Miller Heiman, AchieveGlobal, Huthwaite, Impact Learning Systems, Channel Enablers and CSO Insights, Miller Heiman Group is backed by more than 150 years of experience and performance. Our Be Ready solutions offer more sales- and customer service-based solutions than anyone in the industry, and empower people across the entire organization to perform at peak potential by bringing game-changing insight to sales performance and customer experience. This allows you to build and sustain a successful, customer-focused organization that drives profitable revenue and top-line growth on a global scale. To learn more, visit our website. Follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Google+.
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