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Funding1M-5M USD
Employees11
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IndustrySaaS, Software, Enterprise
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Sales Development Representative

at Namely in New York, NY   —   Jul 23, 2014   |  
Overview
Come work for a fast growing and one of the top 25 NYC start-ups according to Business Insider! Namely is an agile startup dedicated to building and creating people management solutions for businesses of all sizes, including ad agencies, media companies and tech firms. We have enthusiastic clients using our product, and are disrupting the HR space with our elegant and robust platform.
Responsibilities
Sharp and ambitious. The work that you do will matter. Now to the more exhaustive list:
Proficiency in making outbound calls and no fear of conducting business over the phone - Making 50-plus cold calls per day accompanied by templated emails to build and manage lead development pipeline.
Willingness to overcome objections and build rapport.
Ability to learn, understand, and successfully promote talent management solutions, and position them as appropriate.
Meet monthly and quarterly appointment and opportunity objectives.
Prospecting into multiple organizations via warm- and cold-calling, e-mail/e-marketing, networking, and utilizing tools like Linkedin & Data.com.
Qualify all sales leads based upon specific lead qualification criteria definitions, and meet or exceed opportunity generation quotas.
Proficiency with Salesforce.com and MS Excel.
Experience
1 year of experience in lead generation, sales or business development.
Skills
Sales
Cold Calling
Education
BA or BS
Compensation
Salary + Full Benefits + performance based bonuses based on # of opportunities and appointments set up.
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