Senior Account Manager (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 16, 2018
A typical day at work at Payscape starts at the corporate office at 8:45am for a team recap on our day and week. We discuss KPI's, goals, pipelines and strategies. The team then does an hour long call jam to gain new leads and then is sent out in the field for the remaining of the day. We are challenged with two new strong opportunities a day. At the end of the work day we are expected to update our salesforce pipeline etc.
The work culture is the best part at Payscape. I have a wonderful manager and great upper level support. The most enjoyable part of my job is the people and culture that make up Payscape. The most difficult part would be keeping the flame lit in an industry I have conquered for over 6 years.
I have learned a great deal of sales techniques and strategies at Payscape. I am just looking for a new venture to continue my growth in the sales field.
I’m a Sales Manager at the Chattanooga, TN office.
Site Development Leader (Current Employee) – Chattanooga, TN – December 3, 2018
I love what I do and love helping others be successful. Networking is the key, referrals help you get there and your sales ability makes you money. Great, great culture with Owners and Presidents that make themselves accessible at all times!
Set up your day the way you want to!
None, drink the Kool-Aid and you’ve found your home
Account Manager (Former Employee) – St. Louis, MO – May 12, 2018
Payscape is a straight commission career where you have to really work hard to make a buck. Management is non-existent but the home office will reject your deals if they do not like the business you are signing up or your paperwork is incomplete. Training was fair at best. Only the top people make money in this company similar to MLM. Company would be better at retaining people if they has a base salary or at least a draw since this industry is dog-eat-dog.
You are your own boss so work / lif balance is great
Too competitive of an industry, customers will leave you once a better rate comes thru their door.
Great company but this field is dying due to proprietary software
Business Development Manger (Current Employee) – Charleston, SC – June 12, 2017
Great company but this field is dying due to proprietary software. As you go through your day to day duties of lead generation etc. You will find that you will compete with a lot of software that is already integrated and is proprietary.
Employee Experience Admin (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 17, 2016
For the first time in my professional career I am surrounded by hard-working, motivated, and intelligent people daily. Everyone helps each other to reach their goals and beyond. I am constantly learning more and more each and every day, and there is so much room for growth. Everyone in upper management is super understanding to employees when it comes to life/unexpected events. There is unlimited opportunity to prosper with this company! Such an awesome group of people to work with/for!
When I first came to Payscape I was a bit nervous about the compensation, but after seeing it in action I do not have any regrets. Just like any sales position, you have to work... The only difference with this sales position is that it keeps on giving. The residuals continue to add up and provide you with solid pay. The potential for growth is endless. The managers want you to succeed, they are not even allowed to take deals for themselves. There are always great incentives, like parties, plane tickets and an awesome beach trip. There is nothing like the culture here at Payscape, and I could not be happier to be apart of this awesome company!
District Sales Manager (Current Employee) – Memphis, TN – August 30, 2016
Payscape has built a solid foundation by being innovative and having local offices. Successful candidantes are self motivated and know how to work. Company is committed to training and supporting local account executives. Outside sales role serving small to midsize businesses
Diverse products and services. Fun, fast paced, and financially rewarding culture
Must be a self starter that wants to be outside the office doing sales activities.
when they say it's YOUR business that means you PAY all of your expenses and they reimburse you $0 and your suppose to enjoy this. in reality it's their business and you get paid very little to get and keep their business. After all your expenses are added up at the end of the month versus how much they pay you, you lose money and your suppose to be ok with this or your not a "team" player. it will take them up to a month to pay you on an account you close.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – April 8, 2015
Our dedication to payment technology and industry innovation is consistent; our mission is clear: to make it simple for business owners to collect money. Whether you accept credit cards at your retail storefront, process payments on your mobile phone, promote gift cards, operate an online shopping cart, or electronically invoice clients, Payscape offers financial products and services guaranteed to satisfy your cash flow needs.
Great place to work. Competitive environment that promotes growth.
Inside Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 6, 2016
I love working at Payscape. The competitive nature challenges me to grow as a professional and management provides me the support I need to facilitate that growth. I truly enjoy waking up and coming to work at Payscape every morning.
Great corporate culture, growth opportunities and support
Endless Opportunity, just make sure you take advantage of it!
Team Lead (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – December 5, 2016
Working at Payscape means your day will never be boring. From the technology, to the business, to the culture, things are ever changing and evolving. It's been an incredible place for me to learn and grow professionally, without crippling fear of failure. At Payscape you are encouraged to try a new idea, and if it doesn't work out the first time, try again or tweak it a little bit and then see what happens. Tons of room for upward mobility, no matter which area of the business you are in. The constant change can be difficult to navigate and you may find yourself wearing several hats while holding one role, but if you can tough it out, as they love promoting from within.
Great culture, endless opportunity, growing like crazy
Could stand to improve communication and transparency
Account manager (Former Employee) – Nashville – October 14, 2014
I sold 4 nice deals and ended up getting 25% of the promised commission. The local sales manager said that the margins were too thin for the normal commission. However, they had preached and preached how incredibly competitive they were. In fact, they are no cheaper and no better than anyone else. It's a commodity industry.
Interviewee (Former Employee) – Nashville, TN – May 4, 2014
I was given an interview with Payscape Advisors for the Nashville location, but never got the chance to even meet the district manager, Blair. The first interview was cancelled because the HR representative who scheduled the meeting was on Eastern time, whereas Nashville is on Central. This was a forgivable mistake. However, upon my arrival for the second scheduling of my interview - for which I was 15 minutes early - Blair was not at the office! The door was locked, and all the lights were off. I never recieved a call, text or email notification that my interview would need to be rescheduled again. I didn't bother to try attempting a third rescheduling, but based upon just my preliminary experience, I would never want to work for them.
B2B Outside sales within the extremely competitive merchant service industry
FIRST AMERICAN PAYMENT SYSTEMS DBA (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA. – May 13, 2013
A typical day in the merchant service industry consists of reaching out to networking partners, banking relationships, and current clients. As with all sales jobs keeping the pipeline full and consistent is a must. This is done by cold calling potential merchants as well as asking current clients for referrals.
I have learned that opportunities present themselves everyday in which identifying those opportunities helps with success.
My role as a merchant service consultant was very individualistic. Meaning, daily priorities were up to me just as long as the end result was meeting the sales quota created by the management team.
Setting personal work hours and open territories
Extremely competitive market and 100% commission bases
Sales Representative (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – November 7, 2016
I'm excited to come into work every day! I've learned more about payments technology than ever before. Which puts me in a great space long term. The corporate culture here is amazing. It is a fast paced fun environment where we treat each other like family.