Data Management: Sales Operations employees manage and evaluate data to determine the effectiveness of a product or campaign.
Contract Proposals: Sales Operations creates contracts that satisfy both company and customer needs.
Application Management: To produce data for the sales team, sales operation
employees must oversee the use of various applications and platforms.
Sales Forecasting: By recognizing past trends, Sales Operations allows employees to forecast future sales.
Territory Definition: Sales Operations must outline and define various sales territories.
Training: To have a successful sales team, the responsibility of training new and current employees often falls under the responsibilities of Sales Operations.
Evaluation and Implementation: By evaluating data, Sales Operations employees ensure the success of a product or implement new sales plan if the evaluation yields unsatisfactory results.
Performance Management: High performances are often rewarded in Sales Operations, and poor performances must be acknowledged and resolved.
Sales Strategy: Sales Operations professionals often set strategy and future goals for a sales team.
Sales Team Organization: An efficient sales team is vital to the success of Sales Operations.
Negotiation: Employees in Sales Operations should be able to negotiate with customers calmly and other companies to maximize customer relations and product performance.
Communication: Since the success of Sales Operations relies on a large number of people, it requires that employees communicate clearly and often.
Analytical Analysis: Because employees must analyze large sets of data, employees must have analytical analysis skills.
Dedication: Jobs in sales are often time-consuming, meaning that employees must be dedicated to their profession.
Educational Background: To get a job in Sales Operations, most professionals need a bachelors degree at minimum.
Trend Analysis: High performing sales teams require employees that recognize trends and foreshadow trends in the future.
Leadership: Since Sales Operations employees work both individually and in a team, it necessitates that each maintains some leadership capabilities.
Planning Abilities: An employee must be able to plan strategies and future operation goals effectively.
Motivation: The stress of sales on employees requires that Sales Operations employees maintain office morale through motivation and reward.
Multitasking: The diverse nature of Sales Operations responsibilities means that employees should have a wide variety of skills that can be employed simultaneously.
Functional: 3 years Sales, partly as KAM or in Online retail
Industry: ideally in Smartphones/ Electronics or eCommerce
Exposure: Sales, eCommerce, Account Management
Educational Background: University degree (MBA) in business with marketing and sales focus
IT and Language skills
Local language: Fluent
Employment Type: Full Time
Role: Client Servicing/Key Account Manager
Industry: Smartphones/ Electronics or eCommerce
Function: Sales, Retail, Business Development
Experience: 2 - 6 Years
Salary: INR 5,00,000 - 10,00,000 PA.
Functional Area: Sales, Retail, Business Development
Role Category: Retail Sales
Role: Sales/Business Development Manager
Employment Type: Full Time, Permanent