– write compelling proposals covering design, development, and usability testing services;
Topflight Apps started in 2017, and today we have a team of 25 people (half stateside, half abroad), and this year we’re on target to do 7 figures in revenue and are currently a market leader in developing complex applications in healthcare & fintech. We’ve 2x-ed each year, and have taken no outside investment or debt to date. Here is our culture statement: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1KEpEOoXcGgCLRlC-wh8Gis-QZ6l2zUw-/view?usp=sharing
We currently have around 15-20 monthly Sales Qualified Leads, and as we aim to 2x that this year, we’re looking to bring on a full-time Sales Development Representative (SDR).
Our new SDR has to understand how to add value on a 30-minute call with clients that are considering investing a large amount of sum into digital product design or development. As such, you would be far more than someone selling, but someone tasked with understanding the vision and their nuances, and sharing product strategy and suggestions on the call. In other words, much more than a sales call and much closer to a free consultation where prospects come away feeling like they just stole $500 of valuable knowledge.
Someone that doesn’t have hands-on experience with building products (either on the development or product management side) would not be a good fit. Concepts like rapid UX prototyping, progressive web app and native mobile app development, flutter versus react native, devops, and usability testing should be familiar.
Breaking things down to deliverables, we need you to:
– attend approximately 5-10 remote meetings per week during PST business hours;
– be an amazing communicator and question-asker;
– know how to Close (ABC);
– be radically transparent (think Ray Dalio’s “Principles”);
– work with the product team to put together solid estimates, which can require a lot of negotiation;
– set and account for focused KPIs that measure the company’s sales performance;
– be a team player (we aren’t down for sales pointing fingers at product and vice versa);
– updating our Sales SOPs in preparation for hiring other SDRs as we scale;
– proactively push the product team to get better based on learning market needs from prospects;
– making us sound like we’re the last development partner they’ll ever need;
The nature of this challenge varies by the week if not day. If this sounds like an exciting and suitable challenge for you, please add to the top of the cover letter your question to “What part of our culture statement is the hardest thing to achieve?”
Compensation will be base salary plus commission.