Scottsdale business named top-10 training center

They are the best businesses in Arizona. They are innovators, trailblazers and builders of Arizona’s economy. They are the companies that earned recognition as the best in the 2016 edition of Ranking Arizona, an annual publication from AZ Big Media.

Ranking Arizona has announced that Scottsdale-based CCS Presentation Systems has earned a No. 3 ranking as one of the top ten training centers in the 2016 edition of Ranking Arizona.

“The companies that earned a spot in the top 10 rankings are those companies whose customers and clients say are the best companies to do business with in Arizona,” stated Mike Atkinson, president and CEO of AZ Big Media, in a press release. “There is no better endorsement in business than one from your customers.”

Ranking Arizona is the result of the largest business opinion poll taken in Arizona. Ranking Arizona is based purely on opinion. Voters base their opinions on the quality of products, services and people and the companies with whom they would recommend doing business.

“We are proud to be recognized as a top training center for the eighth year in a row,” stated John Godbout, CEO of CCS Presentation Systems, in the release. “CCS aims to provide accessible and superior end-user training on audio visual tools and system integration technology to clients not only in Arizona but across the country. Our 25 years of experience and award-winning training staff have impacted and defined our success as one of the largest audio visual systems integrator in the country.”

More than 20,000 businesses in more than 200 business and leisure subcategories were involved and about 3 million votes were cast in the voting process for Ranking Arizona. Voting takes place at azbigmedia.com.

“Ranking Arizona has become an important resource and part of Arizona’s business community,” Mr. Atkinson stated in the release. “The companies that earn spots in Ranking Arizona truly represent the best of Arizona business.”

The Scottsdale Independent is published monthly and mailed to 75,000 homes and businesses in Scottsdale.

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