Canidium Announces Sponsorship of WorldatWork’s 2017 Spotlight on Sales Compensation Conference

Houston, TX – June 14, 2017 — (PR.com) — Canidium has announced its sponsorship of WorldatWork’s 2017 Spotlight on Sales Compensation conference. This annual event will be held August 21-23 at The Westin Chicago River North.

Canidium’s VP of Strategic Services and Customer Success, David Kohari, will present a breakout session alongside Humana’s Director of Sales Incentive Compensation, Elizabeth Hall. The session, titled “How to Create a Shared Services Model,” will discuss the benefits of blending business and technology resources into a single governing body responsible for all aspects of a sales performance management (SPM) program.

“It’s an event we look forward to every year, and we’re proud to sponsor it once again for 2017,” says Canidium Founder and Managing Partner, Michael Stus. “It’s a great opportunity for our team to see what’s new and developing in the industry.”

This annual event offers more than 30 breakout sessions along with technical demos, networking, certification credits, and CEUs for hundreds of compensation professionals.

To learn more about the annual conference or to register, visit www.worldatwork.org.

About Canidium:

Canidium is the leading sales performance and incentive compensation management consultancy, focused on helping customers programmatically drive positive sales behaviors and increase SPM ROI. Canidium’s unbiased approach incorporates best practices and top vendors to support the business intelligence and analytics needed to achieve optimal results. We provide strategy, delivery and managed services as components of an integrated approach to help our customers achieve their SPM goals and objectives.

Visit www.canidium.com or follow us on Twitter @canidium, LinkedIn at Canidium and Facebook at Canidium LLC to learn more.

About WorldatWork:

WorldatWork is a nonprofit organization that focuses on compensation, benefits, work-life effectiveness and total rewards. With more than 70,000 members globally, WorldatWork develops strategies to attract, motivate and retain an engaged and productive workforce. Visit www.worldatwork.org to learn more.