January 9th, 2013

Innovative Sales Training Reinforcement Tool, Richardson QuickCheck™, Wins Two Gold Medals

Sales Training Reinforcement

Richardson QuickCheck™ Wins Two Gold Medals

The Brandon Hall Excellence in Technology Awards recognized Richardson’s QuickCheck™an innovative sales training reinforcement tool, with two gold medals: one for Best Advance in Unique Sales and Marketing Technology and the other for Best Advance in Sales Training Software Platform.

Richardson QuickCheck™ is an application designed for today’s on-the-go sales professional. It uses mobile phones and tablets to deliver daily bite-sized knowledge and sales training, using proven methods for learning and retaining knowledge. QuickCheck™ is powered by Qstream, a real-time learning analytics platform developed at the Harvard Medical School, and is based on psychological principles of learning.

“We are excited to offer clients our QuickCheck™ product line, and we’re proud of this recognition for innovation by Brandon Hall,” says David DiStefano, President and CEO of Richardson. “Companies make substantial investments in training and talent management within their sales organizations, yet research shows that 79% of classroom learning is forgotten within three months. QuickCheck™ helps to optimize the investment in training, making more of it stick and improving learning outcomes.”

The 2012 Brandon Hall Excellence Awards are presented by Brandon Hall Group, one of the leading research firms in training and development. Entries were evaluated on specific criteria that included a demonstrated fit with need, program design, functionality, innovation, and measurable results and benefits.

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Sales Training Reinforcement Tool

About The Author: James A. Brodo

Jim Brodo is Senior Vice President of Marketing at Richardson. Jim brings over a decade experience to this position with Richardson, where he oversees all marketing and communications efforts for the organization including SEO, SEM, planning, public relations, advertising, lead nurturing, and brand strategy. Jim is currently focused on updating the corporate identity, especially through the use of organic SEO and SEM tactics. He spearheaded the implementation of professional social networking strategies, launch of the new website, updated messaging, and marketing materials. In addition, Jim is credited for creating a content marketing syndication strategy that focuses on adding value to clients and prospects. As the leader of the corporate marketing operations, Jim aims to strengthen Richardson’s brand as the top sales training company in the industry.

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2 Responses to “Innovative Sales Training Reinforcement Tool, Richardson QuickCheck™, Wins Two Gold Medals”

  1. January 09, 2013 at 12:09 pm, Brian MacIver said:

    Which research? Could you please give details. Thanks.
    “Research shows that regardless of quality or delivery method, salespeople will forget 79% of their training within 90 days.”

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    • James A. Brodo

      January 11, 2013 at 1:14 pm, James A. Brodo said:

      The number comes from one of the original Ebbinghaus studies on the forgetting curve. It has been validated multiple times over the years by a number of sources.

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