German Sales Executive – location – Berkshire, UK
Our client provides a platform-based visual analytics tool that empowers the entire organization to make decisions with confidence and transforms business analysts and knowledge workers across the organization into indispensable champions. Salary Range – 35000 to 40,000 basic / 70,000 to 80,000 ote (British Pounds)
Identify, generate, propose and close sales opportunities for the product and service solutions over the phone and face to face selling if needed. Identify areas of expansion and build business plans for a defined territory, including Partners in his multichannel strategy.
Keep up to date on knowledge of the BI market. Provide pricing, proposals and take orders over the phone and through email. Utilize phone, email and web tools to communicate and present company offerings. Submit accurate weekly forecasts based on intelligent and realistic pipeline management along with any other reporting requirements, in conjunction with salesforce.com
To meet and/or exceed individual product and services revenue quota Effectively build and execute a territory plan to maximize revenue Weekly forecasting using the Customer Centric Selling methodology.
Bachelor equivalent strongly desired
Master equivalent advantageous
Business level English mandatory
Native fluency in German mandatory
Other relevant languages would be an advantage
Proven track record of telephone sales experience highly advantageous 03503
Brian Fairbrother. Recruitment Manager
T: 00353.1.400.35.03 l 00353.1.400.35.00 / M: 00353.833120500
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ART Logistics, a leading project logistics company focused on Central Asia, Russia and the CIS, has launched a twice-monthly Less-Than-Truckload service connecting Europe to Mongolia. ART Logistics established its operational hub in Vilnius, Lithuania in 2008. Twenty five European countries are now connected with multiple destinations in Central Asia on existing lanes and now with Ulan Bator in Mongolia on the new service through Vilnius warehouse.
Editor s note: illustration does not reflect current transport modes! Based at the Vilnius hub, experienced logistics staff also provide a range of value-added services including sorting, marking, packing, order collection and weighing. A.R.T.
Logistics also organizes cross docking of shipments according to the Customs requirements of the EU, Russia and Mongolia. The trucks cover the 7,000 kms journey in between 11 and 13 days across very harsh terrain, using a team of experienced local drivers. We launched the trucking service primarily to meet growing demand from international mining companies operating in Mongolia, the transit time is the fastest available in the market, said Tatiana Serova, Commercial Director of ART Logistics.
Apart from mining equipment we are transporting essential supplies for mining personnel. The deliveries are time critical and we have a robust and reliable service with our own experienced support staff based at key locations along the route and at the borders, added Serova. Mongolia s mining industry is booming and accounted for 87.7 per cent of the country s exports in 2012.
Mongolia is the largest supplier of coking coal to China with approximately 34% share by volume in the first half of 2012.
Future plans are to extend the Mongolia service to the North American market and eventually to Australia and South East Asia.
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ART Logistics launches Europe to Mongolia Trucking Service …
Fens Railway Rail freight departing the ports of Harwich and Felixstowe will soon be making its way North in a far more efficient manner thanks to HBPW. Currently such freight has to travel round London before making its way North West. However, C Spencer HBPW s client has been charged with upgrading a railway line which passes through Ely in Cambridgeshire, so that it will be able to carry freight trains up to 750 metres long.
Once complete the line, currently single track, will be transformed into a dual line and, thanks to its extra weight capacity, will avoid the need for freight trains bound for the North West to travel around London. HBPW Managing Director, Paul Withers, said: Our work on designing part of the scheme we are responsible for the section from Ely Dock Junction to Stutney Cutting in Cambridgeshire began towards the end of last year. As so often in the case, the project is a technical challenge because the upgraded line crosses the Fens, some of the boggiest land in the country.
If you consider that the existing embankments, which were built some 150 years ago, are still moving a century and a half on, then you get a measure of the challenge.