Senior sales representative

Western Region

Role Overview:

SRs are responsible for developing and qualifying revenue opportunities within their assigned territories. They work closely with Marketing, AEs, and Pre-Sales in developing targeted strategies and messaging to drive new opportunities for SimplyClouds. Using our relationships we educate prospects, build relationships, qualify opportunities, and generate healthy pipeline to build revenue generating opportunities within target organizations.

Responsibilities:

  • Generate new business opportunities to fuel the Sales Pipeline
  • Contact all new inbound leads and all hot leads within one hour of receipt
  • Conduct high level conversations with business owners in prospect accounts
  • Achieve monthly quotas of Qualified Opportunities and Closed Business
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Senior sales representative

Eastern Region

Role Overview:

SRs are responsible for developing and qualifying revenue opportunities within their assigned territories. They work closely with Marketing, AEs, and Pre-Sales in developing targeted strategies and messaging to drive new opportunities for SimplyClouds. Using our relationships we educate prospects, build relationships, qualify opportunities, and generate healthy pipeline to build revenue generating opportunities within target organizations.

Responsibilities:

  • Generate new business opportunities to fuel the Sales Pipeline
  • Contact all new inbound leads and all hot leads within one hour of receipt
  • Conduct high level conversations with business owners in prospect accounts
  • Achieve monthly quotas of Qualified Opportunities and Closed Business

Join us

Please submit your resume for immediate consideration.

Apply now

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