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Qstream Recognized as a SalesTech Providers Leader in Vendor Neutral’s “Certified 100™ Program”

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BURLINGTON, Mass. – November 28, 2018 – Qstream, the only microlearning platform scientifically proven to make people better at what they do, today announced its inclusion in the 2018 Vendor Neutral Certified 100™ Program. The Certified 100™ Program helps buyers navigate the vast landscape of SalesTech providers by identifying and matching specific objectives with technology solutions.


“The SalesTech landscape is crowded – and consequently more challenging for buyers to find products and services that support business needs,” said Qstream CEO Rich Lanchantin. “Too often, products sound the same, leaving buyers in desperate need of a credible third party to direct them to proven and vetted solutions. Qstream is proud to be included in Vendor Neutral’s SalesTech Certified 100™ Program to support organizations that are focused on the human side of sales enablement, helping to build the knowledge and skills salespeople need to be successful.”


The Certified 100™ Program certification process involves an in-depth questionnaire and review of more than 100 data points including a vendor’s sales model, technical partnerships, industry focuses, buyer challenges solved, detailed capabilities, integrations, support, services, and more. As part of the program, Qstream’s challenge-based learning approach will be recommended to appropriate buyers as they complete Vendor Neutral’s free SalesTech recommendations assessment.


“Our goal is to certify the best of the best in SalesTech solutions for each capability gap we’ve identified. We’re delighted that Qstream has joined the Certified 100 program for supporting skills development and reinforcement,” said Vendor Neutral Co-Founder Nancy Nardin. “Our research during the Certification Process gives us confidence that Qstream qualifies as a robust sales training solution for buyers in need of developing the knowledge, skills, and behaviors that make salespeople successful.”


Qstream uses bite-sized, challenge-based learning to improve job skills and identify microcoaching opportunities to help managers know who, what, and when to coach – in just minutes a day. By making people better at their jobs, Qstream helps organizations meet customer needs and organizational goals.

New Program Helps SalesTech Buyers Narrow the Search for Relevant Technology Solutions

About Vendor Neutral
 Vendor Neutral provides a concierge service to buyers, helping them through the SalesTech selection process. With Certified Profiles™, Capability Gap Assessments, and more, Vendor Neutral can efficiently identify the right mix of vendors to help organizations Sell More, in Less time, at the Right Price, with Lower Costs. Vendor Neutral’s primary focus is to provide objective recommendations and clarity that clients know they can rely on. Within 30-60 days, Vendor Neutral’s sensible advice can put SalesTech buyers on a fast path to revenue growth.

About Qstream Qstream is the leading enterprise microlearning and knowledge reinforcement solution proven by science and in practice to boost learner performance. Hundreds of organizations rely on Qstream to build high-performance teams by delivering a personalized and agile learning experience that delivers the highest levels of retention, engagement, and efficiency along with analytics that provide precision insights and expose a real-time view of performance readiness.

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