Overall, management was great. My manager was a wealth of knowledge and really put his best foot forward to help his team succeed. The culture when I first started was great, everyone worked together well, and I enjoyed beer Fridays. Summit was a great place to work, the summer hours were amazing, and the management would try to help everyone succeed. The hard part of inside sales is keeping up moral as you "smile and dial" during cold calls. There will be days that you only talk to voicemails, but thats the name of the game with inside sales. You get a lot of autonomy working here, the sales goals were laid out very well and clear. Ultimately, I ended up leaving due to my performance. I wasnt hitting my quotas and ended up finding another role outside of Summit that is a better use of my skill set.
Summer hours, Management, Owner, Staff is amazing
Getting leads, CRM system was flawed, Marketing not pulling in enough traffic