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AtTask Named in Selling Power's 2014 List 50 Best Companies to Sell For

SILICON SLOPES, Utah, Aug. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- AtTask, the only provider of cloud-based Enterprise Work Management solutions, today announced that it ranked number 20 in Selling Power's 2014 list of 50 Best Companies to Sell For.

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For the 14th year, Selling Power's corporate research team identified and ranked the best companies to sell for among the top sales forces in the United States. The focus included companies of all sizes. This year the criteria focused on three broad areas: customer growth and retention; hiring, compensation, sales training and enablement; and company recognition and reputation.

"Over the past several years AtTask has created an environment based on metrics, measurements, and accountability within our sales organization," said Frank Maylett, EVP of Global Sales and Service for AtTask. "Implementing these changes has produced a culture of high performance and very low turnover. To be listed alongside major brands and Fortune 500 companies is a great validation of our strategy."

Utah Business Magazine also named AtTask as one of Utah's Best Companies to Work For in 2013.  

Other AtTask accolades include:

To find out how you can join our award-winning team by visiting, www.attask.com/work-attask.

View the complete list of Selling Power's list of the 50 Best Companies to Sell For.

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About AtTask

AtTask is a cloud-based Enterprise Work Management solution that helps marketing, IT, and other enterprise teams conquer the chaos of excessive email, redundant status meetings, and disconnected tools. Unlike other tools, AtTask Enterprise Work Cloud is a centralized, easy-to-adopt solution for managing and collaborating on all types of work through the entire work lifecycle, which improves team productivity and executive visibility. AtTask is trusted by thousands of global enterprises, like Adobe, Cisco, HBO, House of Blues, REI, Trek, Schneider Electric, and ATB Financial. To learn more, visit www.AtTask.com or follow us on Twitter @AtTask.

About Selling Power

In addition to Selling Power magazine, the leading periodical for sales managers and sales VPs since 1981, Selling Power Inc. produces the Sales Management Digest and Daily Boost of Positivity online newsletters, as well as a five-minute-video series featuring interviews with top executives. Selling Power is a regular media sponsor of the Sales 2.0 Conference.

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