Sales Manager, Sell-Side - Malaysia

  • Negotiable
  • Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory, Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory MY
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Non-disclosed
  • 20 mai 18 2018-05-20

We are looking for a Sales Manager, Sell-Side to join our growing Team in Malaysia.

Job ID: JR36742


Duties & responsibilities

  • To aggressively penetrate new accounts to insure sales quota achievement and increased revenue by introducing all products and services to assist in growing the clients' business
  • Execute sales and business development activities for assigned region, including new business generation at existing and new account
  • Provide a continuous stream of qualified new business opportunities; develop and propose quotations to these prospects; track and close new business on a frequent and continuous basis
  • Generate leads through cold call and networking opportunities
  • Promote sales of company's whole product range to customers
  • Bring a prospect through the FIS sales cycle from first contact through deal closure
  • Experience interacting with senior level leaders with various business partners across the organization
  • Establish and maintain excellent customer relationship at all accounts
  • Provide management with regular detailed information on customer needs, market trends, competitive activity, pricing and new business opportunities
  • Coordinate and host FIS sponsored events
  • Participate in trade shows and industry professional activities and associations

Requirements:

  • At least 10 years' minimum sales experience serving the Sell-Side / Financial Services technology community
  • Experience in selling asset management solutions would be an added advantage
  • Proven track record of team management and closing business in strategic accounts and achieving assigned sales quota, with ability to develop and implement strategic major account plans
  • Strong organizational, inter-personal and written communication skills
  • Commitment to team achievement
  • Ability to perform effectively under pressure