|By Marketwired .||
|August 12, 2014 11:01 AM EDT||
CARLSBAD, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 08/12/14 -- MaintenanceNet, Inc., the leading provider of service revenue generation solutions, today announced it has been named a winner in the San Diego Business Journal's 2014 "Best Places to Work" awards program. The honor was presented to MaintenanceNet executives and other San Diego area businesses at a reception on August 7.
This marks the second consecutive year that MaintenanceNet has earned recognition in the annual program, which spotlights the top 100 San Diego area companies that have created successful business environments and outstanding corporate cultures for their employees. MaintenanceNet, along with other San Diego area winners, will be featured in a special San Diego Business Journal supplement that will be published in the August 18 issue of the magazine.
"Our focus at MaintenanceNet continues to be on building a culture of happy, healthy employees. We strongly believe that taking care of our employees and supporting the community directly impacts our ability to create lasting customer relationships, which in turn translates into a successful, long-term business," said Kelly Crothers, Vice President of Global Marketing for MaintenanceNet. "We'd like to thank the San Diego Business Journal for this prestigious award, and for recognizing our efforts to put our employees and customers first."
In business for nearly 10 years, MaintenanceNet serves leading manufacturers and distributors around the world, helping them streamline and accelerate service sales through a powerful combination of data intelligence and extreme automation. This past year the company achieved record growth, highlighted by the delivery of nearly 2.5 billion automated service quotes into the market worldwide, setting the stage for hundreds of dollars in incremental revenue growth for its customers. Recently, the company announced the availability of a complimentary white paper, titled "The Four Pillars of a Best-in-Class Recurring Service Revenue Practice," to help educate sales leaders on service revenue best practices.
For more information on MaintenanceNet and its complete line of products and service revenue generation solutions, visit www.maintenancenet.com, or follow MaintenanceNet on Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Twitter.
MaintenanceNet empowers the world's leading manufacturers and their channel partners to expand the scope and success of their service sales initiatives. The company has delivered billions of dollars in service revenues, while also improving overall customer satisfaction and retention for the businesses it serves. The key to MaintenanceNet's success is its proficiency in turning incomplete or inaccurate customer data into actionable business intelligence that drives revenue and profits for manufacturers. MaintenanceNet's Service360® cloud-based platform and AutoQuote solution expedite and automate sales processes and provide a channel-friendly approach to service quoting, ordering and renewing. For more information, visit www.maintenancenet.com or call 866-699-7212.
MaintenanceNet is a registered trademark of MaintenanceNet Incorporated.
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