Company Overview 

Revel Systems is the POS and platform built to help businesses achieve their goals. Improving day-to-day operations and fueling merchant growth, Revel’s streamlined ecosystem pairs an intuitive point of sale with powerful management tools, integrating inventory management, employee management, sales reporting, and more into a single platform.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Revel works with businesses from small merchants to global enterprises, that are looking to implement cutting-edge technology that helps increase revenue, improve efficiency, and enhance experiences for employees and customers. Founded in 2010 Revel is a leading member of the Apple Enterprise Mobility Program.

The Revel team is focused on its mission to disrupt and modernize the state of commerce by providing businesses of every size the tools necessary to thrive. Come join a smart, motivated team and work at a leading technology company during the next phase of growth. Power Ambition, Seize Your Future!

Position Summary

Do you have a passion for technology, sales, and helping businesses?

As an Account Executive (Mid Market) at Revel, you’ll help  businesses understand the value of Revel’s POS Systems. The role focuses heavily on providing prospected clients with a deep understanding of the company’s product and service, as well as the value it could bring to their business. You’ll join a passionate, high energy, fast moving sales team on a mission to make Revel the biggest name in the POS space.

We’re looking for passionate sales executives who are eager and unafraid to pioneer into new territories, clients, and accounts. 

Responsibilities

  • Drive excitement and product awareness of our solution
  • Field incoming sales leads from Lead Generation team
  • Perform all aspects of selling professionally including: prospecting, presenting, handling objections, closing and follow-up
  • Perform web demonstrations of Revel's product
  • Build and maintain referral relationships to sustain the health of your pipeline
  • Consistently meet or exceed revenue quota assignment

Desired Qualifications

  • BA/BS degree
  • 2-5 years sales experience in a revenue closing role
  • Experience selling IT hardware and software is a plus, but talented individuals with a passion for SaaS sales considered
  • Experience selling into the Point-of-Sale, Restaurant, or Hospitality space is strongly desired
  • Proven track record in prospecting, qualifying, and closing accounts
  • Experience in selling to small and mid-sized businesses strongly desired 
  • Must be proficient in MS Office
  • Experience with Salesforce or other CRM is strongly desired
  • Experience with 1-3 month sales cycles are a plus

Benefits

In addition to working with a strong, intelligent team in a dynamic and open environment, Revel also offers:

  • Work on a team of experienced and highly skilled professionals
  • Employee benefits: rich healthcare options, wellness programs, referral bonus, and 401K plan
  • Flexible working schedule
  • Apple equipment

 

This position is not open to CA, CO, WA, and NY residents.

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