Position Overview

The Business Development Representative supports Intelex’s strong drive for sales, revenue and overall aggressive growth of the business. The Business Development Representative generates sales ready leads via outbound and inbound prospecting by phone and email from industry and specific targeted vertical markets as defined by sales and marketing strategies.

Responsibilities and Deliverables

  • Generate new business opportunities to fuel Intelex’s rapid growth
  • Conduct high level conversations and market research with Senior Executives
  • Dissemination of key messages, initiatives and of information pertaining to the value of the Intelex solution
  • Have a technical understanding of and ability to articulate and demonstrate Intelex’s product line and value proposition
  • Work in collaboration with a team of Account Executives and other business development representatives
  • Achieve monthly/quarterly quotas of Sales Accepted Opportunities Leads
  • Report on any new market trends that may provide additional insight to sales and marketing to build out messaging for targeted audiences
  • Cold and warm calls at all levels, including senior executive levels to engage early in the buying process to discover prospect needs
  • Utilize a variety of methods and resources to generate leads
  • Utilize Salesforce and other sales tools to track and maintain leads
  • Conducting discovery and introductory conversations with decision-makers
  • Understanding of industry trends and challenges
  • Actively build product knowledge to ensure a high level of literacy on the Intelex systems as well as new functionality

Organizational Alignment

  • Reports to the Manager, Business Development
  • Builds and maintains relationships with cross-functional teams within the organization

Qualifications

Skills & Work Traits

Required

  • Ability to communicate at a high level with various internal and external parties such as clients, vendors, employees and executives 
  • Strong communication skills 
  • Highly responsible, self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision. 

Preferred

  • Understanding and interest in sales and driving revenue. 
  • Understanding of Environmental, Health, Safety or Quality practices (considered an asset) 

Technical Competencies

Required

  • Basic knowledge of Salesforce and Microsoft Office (Work, and Excel)

Preferred

  • Sales background in technology is considered asset 
  • Salesforce or CRM experience also considered an asset  

Experience

  • 1 year of experience in a customer-facing role
  • Experience prospecting for opportunities 

Education

  • Post-Secondary Education or equivalent experience

Meet the Team! Company Overview

With more than 1,300 clients and 1.6 million users, Intelex Technologies ULC. is a global leader in environmental, health, safety and quality (EHSQ) management software. Since 1992 its scalable, web-based platform and applications have helped clients across all industries improve business performance, mitigate organization-wide risk, and ensure sustained compliance with internationally accepted standards (e.g., ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and OHSAS 18001) and regulatory requirements. Intelex is one of North America’s fastest-growing tech companies who has recently been recognized as a Great Place to Work for over 7 years, Best Workplace in Technology, Best Workplace for Millennials and Canadian HR Team for fewer than 500 employees and has been recipient of Waterstone’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures award, and Deloitte’s Best Managed Companies award. For more information, visit https://www.intelex.com/careers or see what our employees are saying by following our #ProudIntelexian hashtag.

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