Appier is a technology company that aims to provide artificial intelligence platforms to help enterprises solve their most challenging business problems. Appier was established in 2012 by a passionate team of computer scientists and engineers with expertise in AI, data analysis, distributed systems, and marketing.

 

About the role

 

The Enterprise Solution Sales Manager is responsible for selling and up-selling Appier's Enterprise Solutions to new and existing clients and providing service in support of team revenue goals. This is an excellent opportunity to build the US business for one of the most exciting Artificial Intelligence startups in Asia. 

 

[A more experienced candidate could be given a more senior job title.]

 

What you’ll do

  • Sell Appier’s enterprise solutions products(AiDeal & AIQUA) to prospective customers, self-managing the entire process from prospecting, qualification to negotiation and closure;
  • Become an expert with our product suite, able to deliver standard and customized presentations of Appier SaaS enterprise AI solutions and Demos to business management.
  • Involves getting deeper penetration of Appier AI and Data solutions across large accounts, developing these accounts from scratch, and making them a strategic partner.
  • Build relationships with C Level executives across the key accounts and selling the Appier story and solutions to them.
  • Maintain a healthy sales pipeline and closure forecast.
  • Prepares business proposals and quotations as required.
  • Work with other departments to create and finalize contracts and set integration schedules for products and services
  • Follows up with customers to track satisfaction levels and to discover additional revenue opportunities.

 

Who you are

 

  • Min. 5 years of enterprise software sales experience; ideally SaaS-based offerings in marketing automation systems for e-commerce/online retailers
  • Well versed with the digital marketing industry and trend
  • Ability to communicate technical and business concepts effectively to customer’s mid/senior management as well as C-level executives
  • Self-motivated, able to adapt to an ambiguous, fast-paced sales environment
  • A proven track record of driving and closing enterprise deals
  • Knowledge of the enterprise software ecosystem in the United States
  • Succinct oral and written communications in English 
  • A Bachelor’s Degree required

 

[Nice to have]

  • Professional knowledge of terminology, trends, and concepts of Data and AI products.

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