Owings Mills, MD – April 16, 2019 – Sandler Training, the largest sales, management, and leadership training organization in the world with more than 250 training centers globally (www.Sandler.com), is pleased to announce the addition of Gregory Ray as the company’s new Chief Operating Officer.  Greg’s various leadership roles and experience in growing and supporting sales organizations is a great fit for Sandler.  Greg explained, “Sandler’s steep history in leading the training marketplace was extremely intriguing and I look forward to helping the organization continue to grow and be successful.  I am very excited to be a part of such a prestigious organization.”  Sandler President and CEO, David Mattson, points out, “Greg’s operational and financial experience will benefit the organization as we continue to build our vertical practices and strategic partnerships.”

Steve Hall also joins the corporate home office as Senior Vice President, North America Corporate Accounts.  The former owner of a Maryland-based Sandler Training Center, Hall brings over 30 years of sales management and chief executive positions to the table.  He and his team will work to build predictive and sustainable growth for corporate clients.

The Corporate Training team recently announced two new specialized areas of focus:  the financial services sector, and the corporate training sector for EMEA (EuropeMiddle East, and Africa).  They have now added a third specialized area – the technology sector, with a customized curriculum of workbooks, Sandler Online, and many other tools specific to the technology space.  Led by Michael MyersColum Lundt, and Matthew Benelli, this team will offer Sandler methodology at the core, incorporating specific SW/SaaS content tailored to the types of roles being serviced which will ultimately be specially customized for each individual corporate client.  Myers, Lundt, and Benelli have over twenty years’ experience implementing Sandler thought leadership and training, exclusively in the technology sector.

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