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A Large SaaS Organization Partners with Acumen Learning to Align All Employees to a Common Strategy


Press Release OREM, Utah – June 1, 2023


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News Facts:

  • A large SaaS organization partners with Acumen Learning to align all employees to a common strategy through customized business acumen courses.

  • As part of their company-wide initiative, this leading SaaS company is committed to equipping non-finance leaders with essential business acumen skills, empowering them to drive success. Simultaneously, the initiative enables executives to enhance their financial awareness, fostering stronger leadership within the industry. By prioritizing the upleveling of their leaders, they recognize that better decision-making leads to improved margins and overall organizational success.

  • Acumen Learning delivered a highly customized, one-day business acumen course designed specifically for mid to upper-level managers, with a focus on enhancing their understanding of the corporate mission. This comprehensive program successfully engaged participants from sales, marketing, IT teams, and the leadership team, paving the way for wider adoption of the course across the entire organization in the future.

  • The business acumen course had great results. It was well perceived by participants and the leadership team who gave it a Net Promoter Score of 92. This means that the participants found it highly applicable and would recommend this course to their peers.

  • Acumen Learning is excited to continue expanding its reach into the technology sector. This partnership adds another industry-leading company to our portfolio, solidifying its reputation as a trusted provider of business acumen training across diverse sectors, including top-tier players in the SaaS industry.


Supporting Quotes:

  • “Really helpful. A great mix of theory with practical application which helped my retention so much. I loved that we used our own financials and could really understand how it applied to us. I came in with very little knowledge and feel like I have a great jumping off point for future learning. Also, Greg made it super engaging!”

  • "Outstanding! Grounding it in our actual company performance really brought the content to life!”

  • “Super helpful. Something I’ve always wanted to learn and want to continue to learn. Will be practicing the earnings call review exercise to keep it fresh. Greg was excellent and patient and well-paced.”

  • “Very interactive, helpful resources, great that we applied concepts directly to our company’s results.”

  • “I thought this course was excellent. I am leaving more knowledgeable in this area than when I came in. I definitely need to continue to be intentional in reinforcing the learning going forward. I appreciate the tools, tips and resources to continue with that.”

  • “Great course, lots of energy, well-tailored to our company.”

  • “Empowering leaders with essential business acumen skills is crucial across all industries, and I have the privilege of witnessing it firsthand,” says Greg Kandare, Senior Financial Consultant at Acumen Learning. “It has been a pleasure to observe the growth of these SaaS leaders as they align with the company’s vision and enhance their financial awareness.The participant’s commitment to learning and making informed strategic decisions is truly amazing.”


About Acumen Learning

Founded in 2002, Acumen Learning's highly customized business acumen and sales training programs have helped organizations develop employees who are more engaged, efficient, and effective in their work. To further support its mission, Acumen Learning published, Seeing the Big Picture – Business Acumen to Build Your Credibility, Career, and Company, in 2012 which quickly became a #1 Wall Street Journal and a New York Times bestseller. More than 20 years later, Acumen Learning has been trusted by more than 200 organizations on six continents to help employees understand how their company makes money, and to take real steps towards improving that process.

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