Teleopti is an international Swedish company, and one of the best in the world at what we do providing workforce management software to improve customer service.
We are expanding fast! Last year we grew both order booking and the team of Teleoptimists (that’s what we call ourselves) with more than 20%.
Today we are 200 colleagues, representing many cultures, located at 18 offices around the globe.
Now we are on the lookout for a dynamic Sales Manager with a strong consultative approach to drive growth through the development and expansion of customer and channel relationships.
Teleopti provides solutions in an exciting and fast-moving market and now is an excellent time to join and make an impact, to further accelerate growth and develop our position.
We want you to lead us with your experience and vision when we take the next steps on our customer journey.
We are now looking for a new colleague who wants to represent Teleopti in the Netherlands and strengthen our position in the market.
Your main responsibilities will be new customer acquisition as well as working as an advisor together with our existing customers to ensure their continued customer satisfaction and help them to identify areas where they can improve.
The role requires hunting spirit, entrepreneurship and engagement.
Skills and experience
At Teleopti we see no boundaries when it comes to diversity at our offices. Diversity enriches our organization and our customer relations.
We are also proud that the people who matter most appreciate our closeness. Every year we are rated highly in the Great Place to Work rankings, nine out of ten of our customers recommend us, and since the start in 1992 we have grown organically while making a net profit.
We build our business with the support of helpful and dedicated colleagues and managers, in short, a workplace in which we see each other and our customers.
We call this Teleoptimism, and it is embodied by our values : Speed, Professionalism, Commitment and Closeness.
Are you also someone who prefers to say yes rather than no? Then you might be a Teleoptimist.