Wrike is a collaborative work management platform that unifies systems and transforms the way teams plan, manage, and complete work. The Wrike platform is the digital workplace for the enterprise and partner of choice for 18,000 organizations and 2M+ users worldwide. Our mission is to enable Operational Excellence by bringing out the best in teams and connecting work with business results.
 
Wrike has been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in North America on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500™ list for the last three years and has been named Leader in the Forrester Wave™ report for Collaborative Work Management Tools for the Enterprise in 2016 and 2018. In late 2018, Wrike joined the Vista Equity Partners’ portfolio of world-class technology companies to help fuel the company’s global growth.
 
Our US headquarters is in Downtown San Jose, California and we have several international offices, including our EMEA HQ in Dublin, Ireland, and our APAC HQ in Melbourne, Australia. Wrike has been named a “Top Workplace” by the Bay Area News Group for the last five years and has earned similar accolades from the San Diego Business Journal, San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal. 
 
We are guided by our three core values: Grow, Execute, and Collaborate. These values help us recruit the right talent to join our rapidly expanding team of 1,000+ Wrikers around the globe. It is important to us that each and every Wriker is not only eager to challenge themselves and knows how to get work done, but is an awesome addition to our company culture. We pride ourselves on our ability to attract, retain, and promote the very best talent.
 
** IMPORTANT NOTE**
 
The Wrike team is currently very busy helping our clients successfully transition into efficient, productive and collaborative work from home companies! Though hiring cycles have slowed slightly due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are actively hiring for this position. We will be reviewing resumes and reaching out to qualified candidates to discuss updated hiring processes.

 

About the Role

We have tripled our business in the last 24 months, have 16,000 paying customers in 127 countries, and raised $20m from top VCs. You can be one of the Corporate Account Executives here at Wrike. You will be overwhelmed by the quality of the product, leads and opportunity to make 6 figures in the first year. 

  • Work all inbound trials for companies up to 100 employees
  • Close 15-20 new customers per month
  • Manage the full sales-cycle, including contract generation and other deliverables for closing
  • Learn  SaaS sales process and methodology from proven Sales Leaders
  • Work with your territory team and leaders to strategize big deals

 

About You  

  • 4-year degree required
  • 1+ years of successful closing software sales experience, SaaS preferred
  • Obvious passion and people skills
  • Consistent over-achievement in past experiences
  • Technically adept; experienced with web technologies
  • Competitive and energetic
  • Passion for new technologies
  • Must be awesome

 

Perks & Benefits

At Wrike, you’ll benefit from unlimited PTO, medical & dental care, commuter benefits, daily catered meals & snacks galore, team off-sites & happy hours.

 

Wrike is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse and inclusive space where our employees can thrive. We welcome all persons in to the Wrike family, embracing the diversity of racial and ethnic identity, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, family status, disability, gender identity, Veteran status and any other protected status.

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