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Dec 192019
 

Key Responsibilities

  • Identification of new usage area and following the lead.
  • Presales and post sales activity in respect of every account.
  • Identification of key revenue generating opportunities for products & services.
  • Will be responsible for participation in various Exhibitions, road shows, conferences etc.
  • Through Interface and discussion capture customer requirements and present the relevant solution at customer visits, presentations and other follow up meetings.
  • Involve in proposal review, showcasing of core capabilities offered as solution or services, customer follow up.
  • Understanding & following Sales Process. Reporting daily/ weekly/ monthly sales activity to the manager.
  • Maintain positive relationship with all customers to keep up the brand equity of the company.
  • Responsible for all outstanding payment and collections from customers.
  • Achieving assigned sales target.
  • Ensuring that there are sufficient prospects under conversion in the pipeline at all times

 

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-11-14
Job Location: Karachi, Pakistan
Job Role: Sales
Company Industry: Technical Maintenance & Repair

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career
Degree: Bachelor’s degree

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