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Posted by Willy Franzen on June 19, 2013. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Sales Marketing Executive - Marketing Analytics||Evanston, IL|
|Software Solution Sales Representative||Milwaukee, WI|
|Customer Service Rep||Neenah, WI|
|IT Recruiter, Technical Recruiter, High Commission||Minneapolis, MN|
|Sales Executive - Early Career General Consideration||Evanston, IL|
|On-line Banking Technical Account Manager||Englewood, CO|
|DBA II||Minneapolis, MN|
|Experienced, Driven Salesperson||Bingham Farms, MI|
|Account Executive||Tampa, FL|
|Project Manager/Business Analyst||Jersey City, NJ|
Sales is all about relationships. Whether you’re trying to convince someone to make a one time purchase or enter a ten-year contract, you need to build a certain level of trust and empathy (the level is much higher in the latter case). Sometimes it only takes one conversation, but it often takes many more. A sales person has to be organized to ensure that his or her communications are continuously moving towards a sale. The tools for doing that used to be a rolodex and a notebook, but that has obviously changed. What hasn’t changed is the need for mobility in a customer relationship management system, and that’s exactly what Base CRM offers. They are a Chicago, IL based company that “is paving the way by building the next generation of CRM software.” They realized that most competing software is a burden (not a useful tool) for salespeople, so they decided to build something that people would actually want to use.
Base CRM has a lofty goal–they want to “make you and your team 10x more productive.” I don’t know how close they are to accomplishing that, but they already can claim big names like White Castle, Century 21, Nationwide, and Vienna Beef as customers. You can learn about what kind of results Base CRM has accomplished for its customers by checking out their Success Stories. Base CRM’s software is built on the freemium model, so you can try it for free, but have to pay up if you really want to get the most out of what they have to offer. That’s usually a pretty effective model in a space like the one they’re in. If you’d like to help Base CRM help customers become 10x more productive, take a look at the company’s Careers page. Right now they have some great opportunities including:
They also offer quite a few development jobs, but those are all in Poland.
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