Digital transformation has never been an overnight necessity for organisations, until 2020.
With the need for enterprise organisations to react quickly and enable entire remote workforces, the pandemic has resulted in a 64% increase in digital transformation, in only 7 months.
The sales enablement space is reported to be valued at $4.5bn and achieving year on year growth in excess of 25% - despite still being in its infancy, figures like this demonstrate that there is huge scope for the market.
There has never been a more relevant time to sell a SaaS platform which enables businesses to achieve a 70% hike in revenue through the ability to sell their products entirely remotely.
A leading European software vendor in the Sales Enablement space is looking to recruit an Enterprise Account Executive to focus on the DACH territory. Someone who enjoys having full ownership of the entire sale cycle and is driven by playing an instrumental part within the growth of the business.
Strong pipeline generations skills and ability to close large, six figure deals with large enterprise organisations is essential. But this doesn’t mean that you won’t be walking into warm territory where I can share many examples of key logos already signed in the territory, and they’re only just getting started.
The vendor is looking for a real go-getter, someone who likes to play their hand at different tasks and help their team success.
I often find that limited progression is one of the top reasons that Account Executives start looking for a new role. I can provide multiple examples of individuals within this business who have achieved consistent promotions. It’s safe to say that hard work and strong performance will result in promotion and professional development coupled with the opportunity to over earn.
Offering up to €100k base and double on target earnings, a healthy stock package, car allowance and employee benefits – this vendor know how to make their people feel valued.
I am confident that if you have read this far that you will be interested to learn more, so lets set up a call.
Don’t have a CV? – this doesn’t matter, that’s what I am here for. Let’s discuss the role in more detail and if it’s a good fit we can work on this together.