Business Development Manager - eCommerce Solutions

Recruiter
onezeero
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£40k - £45k pa + commision, car + other bens
Posted
17 Mar 2017
Closes
16 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
An opportunity has arisen for a Business Development Manager with experience selling Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and /or eCommerce or Webshop solutions is required for a field based role with an established business. You will field based with a company car provided, travelling to various customer sites across the UK.

About the role:

As the Business Development Manager, you will be working with a pre-existing warm client base, selling eBusiness and eCommerce solutions to their national enterprise customers. You will be selling eBusiness and EDI solutions to established customers with yearly spends of up to £5 million, utilising your skills to suggest and deliver solutions. The products you will be selling have had success within the target customer market and with your help; the wider customer base will soon be on the uptake. As the IT Business Development Manager, you will also have the opportunity to identify and target new business.

The business are offering up to £45,000 base + commission, company car + fuel, Laptop, phone

About you:

As the Business Development Manager, you will have previously had experience selling eCommerce and/OR EDI solutions. In addition to this, the following experience would be highly desirable to your application:

- Proven track record selling within an eBusiness / eCommerce environment - directly or via a consultancy or 3rd party
- Excellent communication, numeracy and literacy skills
- Ability to engage with stakeholders at all levels, from Managers through to CIO's
- Able and willing to travel UK wide
- Experience working to targets within a fast paced environment

This is an exciting opportunity for an IT Sales / Business Development Manager looking for a role within a progressive and established business, where you'll be selling to some of the largest house-hold names in the UK.