TransNational Payments Featured on Selling Power’s “50 Best Companies to Sell For” List

ROSEMONT, IL – TransNational Payments is pleased to announce that it has ranked on the Selling Power 50 Best Companies to Sell For list for the second year in a row. Each year, the corporate research team at Selling Power magazine assembles and publishes its list of the 50 Best Companies to Sell For. This is the 19th consecutive year the list has appeared in the magazine.

To gather data, the Selling Power research team issued a comprehensive application with detailed sections covering three broader categories:

1) Compensation and Benefits
2) Hiring, Sales Training, and Sales Enablement
3) Customer Retention

The list encompasses companies of all sizes – with sales forces ranging from fewer than 100 salespeople to companies with sales-force numbers in the thousands.

Selling Power magazine founder and publisher Gerhard Gschwandtner says it is vital to recognize companies that are creating excellent sales teams today.

“Successful sales teams know how to embrace change,” says Gschwandtner. “That could be in the form of technology or in the form of process. Each organization featured on the 50 Best Companies to Sell For list represents an elite, agile selling environment that understands how to lead in their market.”

The movement of money is at the heart of a successful economy. At TransNational Payments, we facilitate the movement of money in-store, online and via mobile technology, move our customers’ money fast and securely. Learn how to be a part of the movement — become part of a winning team.

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About TransNational Payments

TransNational Payments is an industry leader in payment and technology solutions serving businesses nationwide, being recognized as one of the most charitable and socially responsible companies in the industry. Merchants trust TransNational Payments to manage their payments in-store, online and anywhere their business takes them.

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