What we’re looking for

Paytronix is the leading Customer Experience Platform (CXP) serving the restaurant and convenience store industries with the most sought-after digital ordering, loyalty, and CRM solutions. At Paytronix, you’ll be a critical part of a company that leverages technology to deliver exceptional guest experiences. Ask any Paytronix team member and they’ll tell you it’s the excitement of seeing millions of people, create billions of transactions using the software we make, the collaborative environment, and the people who make Paytronix a great place to work.

The Demand Generation Specialist augments marketing and sales efforts by digging into the list of marketing leads, help identify the right contacts, and qualify those who are ready to move to sales. You will be responsible for identifying and researching a target list of companies through various databases and techniques, including online search and LinkedIn. A detail-oriented person, the ideal candidate will be eager to learn about the industry and ready to identify the right people.

From the day you begin your career at Paytronix, you’ll contribute in a meaningful, highly visible way. Join a force of coworkers who collectively share in an unwavering dedication to being the technology leader in all things that create exceptional guest experiences. 

The Kind of Stuff You’ll Be Doing:

  • Working with marketing to develop a list of early leads that need qualification
  • Scouring Google, LinkedIn, and other databases for information
  • Matching information in our database with information from other sources
  • Helping qualify our inquiries and turn them into leads for the sales team
  • Ensuring that our database has the right information on the right people

The Kind of Experience You’ll Need:

  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • BS or BA degree in an accredited four-year institution
  • Exceptional great attention to detail
  • Ability to navigate a fast-paced environment and manage concurrent projects
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • LinkedIn account
  • Knowledge of search tools
  • Responsible, self-driven personality
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

The Kind of Extra Stuff That Would Be Nice:

  • Experience with Pardot or other Marketing Automation Tools
  • Experience with Salesforce or other CRM system
  • Restaurant or convenience store experience

For information on our benefits, see here.

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