Territory Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Norcross, GA – October 26, 2016
Hired with lack of sales or technology experience. Despite a month of training in Toronto, I still feel unprepared for the job. Way too much information to obtain to be expected to regurgitate it on phones. Daily requirements are to make 100 calls, continuously update prospect list, meet with other reps further along in role, and attend multiple meetings. It's not possible. Good company with good benefits, but the TSRs are being asked too much of for lack of knowledge and not enough time in day.
Territory Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 15, 2016
So many positives to this company: they're growing and they want you to grow too in depth and long training program...they invest heavily into you but you must invest as well (obviously) paid volunteer days beer cart fridays extremely helpful within the office given the tools to succeed ping pong table/arcade game uncapped commission
positive office environment, everyone is helpful, you get out of it what you put in
training is quite intensive in the beginning, typical sales job
Account Executive (Current Employee) – East – December 13, 2013
If you work at the headquarters you can bring your dog to work. If you're in a US remote office there is not much of a work atmosphere as you're independent, on the road and making your own schedule most of the time. It's a very young company with a focus on a "drinking" culture. In the main office they have Beer Cart Friday. Hardest part of the job is brand recognition in the US and building a new client base. Most enjoyable part of the job is the freedom and flexibility to make your own schedule and building relationships with your clients.