Interim Sales Transformation Director
Our client, a successful Business to Business company, is currently looking for an Interim Sales Transformation Director for a four month assignment (with possible extension), with an immediate start.
The Interim Sales Transformation Director will be responsible for driving the adoption of a newly implemented Salesforce CRM platform to optimise current sales activity.
You will be responsible for analysing useful data captured by Salesforce from unsuccessful, but relevant, leads which will drive future sales activity via quality, targeted customer approaches.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Business to Business (B2B) sales experience. Specifically, in the context of improving sales conversion rates
- The ability to define a new plan around CRM data collected, optimise a sales process and roll-out a successful adoption of your plan to a Sales team/s
- Extensive experience of Salesforce CRM's, driving an improved sales pipeline
- A good track-record in objectively analysing data captured in a CRM to improve business and team performance
- An engaging personality with the ability to verbally present the power and benefits of the captured data-set to the Sales team
- Senior Stakeholder engagement skills, ideally having reported direct to CEO / COO / CTO / CFO's
If you are interested in this assignment, register your interest below. A qualified list of suitable candidates will be presented to the client 9th May 2019.
|Remuneration:||£1000 per day|
|Sector:||Business & Support Services|
|Discipline:||Board and Leadership|
|Date Added:||30 Apr 2019|
|Closing Date:||28 May 2019|
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