Interactive technology provider's sales team recognized for growth over the past year
Greenville, SC – Clear Touch®, a leading provider of multi-touch, interactive flat panels and software for education and business, was awarded a Silver Stevie® Award in the Sales Growth Achievement of the Year in the 14th annual Stevie Awards for Sales & Customer Service.
The awards are presented by the Stevie Awards, which organizes several of the world's leading business awards shows including the prestigious International Business Awards® and the Stevie Awards for Great Employers.
More than 2,600 organizations from 48 nations, companies of all sizes and in virtually every industry, were nominated and evaluated in this year's competition. Finalists were determined by the average scores of more than 180 professionals worldwide, working in seven specialized judging committees.
"As a company, Clear Touch has been awarded the Inc. 5000 and is listed as one of the fastest-growing companies in South Carolina. While those awards honored the company's overall growth, we are thrilled that our sales team has been specifically recognized with this Stevie Award," said West Martin, Vice President of Sales of Clear Touch. "Our global team believes in our product, and that belief fuels our passion for service. When our team makes a sale, our job is just beginning. From presale conversations to post-sale service, we go the distance by remembering that every customer interaction is an opportunity to exceed expectations."
The Clear Touch Sales team accomplishments noted in the Stevie Award include:
The team attended over 125 trade shows in 2019
Sales exhibited a 78% increase in the number of units sold in the U.S. in 2019
As of December 2019, Clear Touch products have now been sold in every state
Percentage growth in the international market in 2019 is up by 354%
Maggie Gallagher, president of the Stevie Awards, commented, "All Gold, Silver, and Bronze Stevie winners should be proud of the work they did over the past 18 months to be recognized by the judges. They should also be proud of how well they effectively communicated those achievements to the judges."