ID's Top 5 Of The Week

Two content pieces regarding Amazon Business helped lead the way on ID this past week, as well as part three of our Salary Report, which focuses on sales & sales management.

Here's this week's Top 5

Amazon Business, Pt. 1 - How It Stacks Up As Businesses Supplier: Nicole Mahaffey explores how Amazon Business compares to industrial distributors when it comes to account management, price and shipments — three critical customer-facing areas.

ID's 2017 Salary Report - Sales & Sales Management: As this third and final part of our series, see the Sales/Sales Management respondents' survey results and analysis from ID's 2017 Salary Report, which shows salary and compensation levels among our readership, and how those respondents feel about it.

Motion Industries To Acquire Los Angeles' Numatic Engineering: Founded in 1955, Los Angeles-based Numatic Engineering specializes in selling collaborative robot technology. It has a strong presence in the California and Nevada markets.

Attracting And Retaining Millennials - What Works And What Doesn’t: Kloeckner Metals Steven Nghe discusses what Millennials look for in today's work environment and culture as keys to getting them to work for you and stick around.

Amazon Business Tops 1 Million Customers Since Launch: E-commerce giant Amazon provided two key updated figures about its B2B supply segment — Amazon Business — on Tuesday, illustrating the unit's remarkable growth since its launch in April 2015.


Last week's Top 5