Learning Light Helps Businesses Exceed Sales

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<p><strong>Sheffield, England &mdash; Aug. 21</strong><br />Learning Light, a nonprofit center of excellence in the use of learning technologies in the workplace, has played a part in helping a number of businesses (including LINE Communications) improve their sales performance.<br /><br />LINE Communications, a provider of learning and communications solutions and owned privately since 1989, has met its 2007 annual sales target in the first six months of the company&rsquo;s fiscal year.  <br /> <br />In January, the company began an ambitious three-year growth strategy that was developed with business advice and support from Learning Light.<br /><br />&ldquo;We were delighted to be able to support LINE Communications and other businesses in our network, which is helping them to grow and to also to raise their profile with potential customers,&rdquo; said Learning Light&#39;s David Patterson.<br /> <br />LINE&rsquo;s 2007 sales target was its most aggressive annual sales target to date. </p><p>Just six months into the fiscal year, the sales objectives were exceeded across the three main business units: consulting, content creation and technical implementation.</p><p> Moreover, every market sector saw strong growth, with LINE winning more than 80 percent of all new business it pitched.<br /><br />The positive results have led to an acceleration of LINE&rsquo;s three-year growth strategy, which includes an expansion into mainland Europe and the further expansion of its Sheffield operation.  <br /> <br />LINE is involved in substantial consultancy projects with many high-profile clients, including Ford of Europe, PC World, Jaguar/Land Rover and the Borders and Immigration Agency.  <br /> <br />&ldquo;The year started out very strongly,&rdquo; said Steve Ash, LINE director of sales and marketing. &ldquo;We had a combination of early business wins in January and the good fortune to win an IT Training Award for our BBC Editorial policy training program in February.<br /><br />&ldquo;Since then, we&rsquo;ve maintained an impressive sales record week on week. Our success has meant that we are expanding our teams in both Sheffield and London, and we&rsquo;re able to demonstrate consistent, planned growth in a difficult market.&rdquo;</p>

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