“Our sales colleagues are the foundation the relationships we build with clients,” Alan Sikora, CEO of First American Equipment Finance, said. “Their expertise, combined with their genuine passion to see our clients succeed, has led to our company’s consistent growth.”
First American’s sales trajectory has shown growth during the last several years. The company grew from $412 million in sales in 2015 to $1.4 billion in 2019.
“I have the privilege of working with the finest and most professional sales force anywhere in the world,” Mike Wiedemer, national sales director for First American Equipment Finance, said. “When the world changed due to the pandemic, our professional sales team has remained focused on serving our clients and meeting them where they are.”
To determine the rankings, Selling Power focused on data from the following areas: customer growth and retention; hiring, compensation, sales training and advancement; and company recognition and reputation. See the full listing here.
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