Sales Development Rep

Inside Sales Business Development Rep. Salem, NH
We are seeking bright, articulate, and self-motivated candidates who have a desire to break into hardware and software sales. Selected candidates will have a strong work ethic and enthusiasm that demonstrates initiative and professionalism. Our account sales development representatives are responsible for a targeted territory's lead generation, including securing appointments with new customers, legacy customers, and marketing campaigns.
Position Responsibilities:
Serve as the central point of contact for the assigned territory to drive new business opportunities through lead generation
Collect prospective customer data and generate appointments for the field sales teams through cold-calling activities
Achieve weekly/monthly/quarterly metric goals through outbound calling efforts and new qualified appointments
Attend trade shows in their territory as well as take the lead on all promotions and campaigns
This is an excellent entry level role to break into hardware and software sales where you will gain a great background in the Secured Network space.
Business experience preferably in a Customer centric sales support role¬ Ability to make 90+ outbound phone calls per day
Articulate telephone communications skills, comfortable calling on clients at the CXO level and beyond
A strong desire to pursue a career in Sales utilizing Consultative Sales techniques
Proven ability to work well in a fast paced, team environment ¬ BS/BA preferred
Interest and knowledge of software/hardware technologies preferred¬ Experience with Computer Networking technologies a bonus¬ Possess energetic and enthusiastic demeanor
1-2 years Sales experience is desired

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