Cold calling and account growth efforts on a fast-paced team with a dynamic product. Learning new sales process skills while applying tried and true techniques. Expectations are consistent with any tech sales team's: proficiency and persistence. Rejection is part of the job, product delays are part of the job, and directional changes as well. Hardest part is staying on top of organizational process, but in return you get the best perks in town.
Pay is in the bottom 10% of Austin. The product isn't ready to be sold and the commission structure doesn't match this. Nobody has any idea what they're doing and the "perks" get old fast. It is a gold sprayed piece of trash of a job.
- Learned web development going in and really hit the ground running - Immediately put on a team of developers after two weeks where there is no difference between full time and intern employment - Team got along very well and communication a huge part of working together
free food, open-door policy, liad back environment