Who is Trace3?

Trace3 is a leading Transformative IT Authority, providing unique technology solutions and consulting services to our clients. Equipped with elite engineering and dynamic innovation, we empower IT executives and their organizations to achieve competitive advantage through a process of Integrate, Automate, Innovate.

Our culture at Trace3 embodies the spirit of a startup with the advantage of a scalable business. Employees can grow their career and have fun while doing it!

Trace3 is headquartered in Irvine, California. We employ more than 1,000 people all over the United States. Our major field office locations include Atlanta, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Grand Rapids, Lexington, Los Angeles, Louisville, Texas, San Diego, San Francisco, and Scottsdale.  

Ready to discover the possibilities that live in technology? Come Join Us!

Street-Smart Thriving in Dynamic Times

We are flexible and resilient in a fast-changing environment. We continuously innovate and drive constructive change while keeping a focus on the “big picture.” We exercise sound business judgment in making high-quality decisions in a timely and cost-effective manner. We are highly creative and can dig deep within ourselves to find positive solutions to different problems.

Juice - The “Stuff” it takes to be a Needle Mover

We get things done and drive results. We lead without a title, empowering others through a can-do attitude. We look forward to the goal, mentally mapping out every checkpoint on the pathway to success, and visualizing what the final destination looks and feels like.

Teamwork - Humble, Hungry and Smart

We are humble individuals who understand how our job impacts the company's mission. We treat others with respect, admit mistakes, give credit where it’s due and demonstrate transparency. We “bring the weather” by exhibiting positive leadership and solution-focused thinking. We hug people in their trials, struggles, and failures – not just their success. We appreciate the individuality of the people around us.


WHO WE'RE LOOKING FOR:

We are looking to add an Account Executive to our NorCal team. You'll be responsible for prospecting, developing and closing sales opportunities. You'll sell technology solutions in core competencies of storage, security, virtualization, backup, networking, innovation, cloud and data intelligence services. You'll use your strong understanding of how technology enables businesses to develop strategies and meet objectives. You will be involved in the entire sales cycle, including leading meetings to discuss key business and technology issues, assess clients' needs and identify the products/solutions that best meet those needs.

WHAT YOU'LL DO:

  • Drive business line revenue within assigned territory and accounts; discover, prospect, and qualify new opportunities as well as cross-sell and up-sell opportunities within existing customer base
  • Responsible for supervising and ensuring optimal client satisfaction throughout the entire life cycle of the engagement by providing the Trace3 “Total Customer Experience”
  • Represent Trace3 to the customer in all sales-related matters and understand the customer’s business, product requirements, and industry challenges
  • Lead the proposed solution including transitioning the build and implementation to the delivery team, and remain engaged with the client while becoming a “thought leader” for the next opportunity
  • Build and maintain in-depth knowledge of Trace3’s products, services, partners, and markets
  • Direct complex sales cycles—including account mapping, development of high-level relationships, account strategies, and business cases
  • Communicate Trace3’s value proposition to varying technical and non-technical clients, including executive ''C'' level management, VP, and Director levels, and end-users
  • Establish strong and lasting relationships with key stakeholders and decision makers in client organizations
  • Work closely with the client to understand and manage their expectations while simultaneously working closely with the Trace3 Team to ensure delivery

WHAT YOU'LL BRING TO THE TABLE:

  • 3-5+ years of relevant sales experience within a technology environment
  • Excellent understanding of business environments and challenges of IT operations in an enterprise level corporation
  • Strong understanding of how clients use technology to meet business objectives
  • Strong financial and business acumen with understanding of a multi-faceted business operation
  • Excellent oral, written communication and presentation skills with an ability to present technical issues, training sessions, and demos to C-Level Executives and non-technical audience
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, excellent time management skills and able to effectively prioritize tasks in a fast-paced, high-volume, and evolving work environment
  • Ability to approach customer and sales requests with a proactive and consultative manner; listen and understand user requests and needs and effectively deliver
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university preferred or equivalent relevant experience
  • Comfortable managing multiple and changing priorities, and meeting deadlines in an entrepreneurial environment
  • Motivated self-starter who loves to solve challenging problems and feels comfortable working directly with customers
  • Ability to travel when needed
  • Holds a valid driver’s license

THE PERKS:

  • Comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans for you and your dependents
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan with Employer Match, 529 College Savings Plan, Health Savings Account, Life Insurance, and Long-Term Disability
  • Competitive Compensation
  • Training and development programs
  • Stocked kitchen with snacks and beverages
  • Collaborative and cool office culture
  • Work-life balance and generous paid time off

***To all recruitment agencies: Trace3 does not accept unsolicited agency resumes/CVs. Please do not forward resumes/CVs to our careers email addresses, Trace3 employees or any other company location. Trace3 is not responsible for any fees related to unsolicited resumes/CVs.

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