Join a seasoned sales team with a startup mentality in a large successful business. The Associate Sales Executive (ASE) is a quota holding sales executive that would work across the sales district to help build a fast growing business in the Thomson Reuters Large and Medium Law Firm Sales Channel. The AAE would assist the region in all revenue generating responsibilities, including scheduling appointments, making initial presentations, understanding account requirements, closing sales, and contributing information across the entire region. This role will be selling WestlawNext and other NAL products, to the legal community. The individual will leverage his/her expert consultative sales approach and honed professional demeanor to effectively manage complex relationships, while capitalizing on opportunities within Large and Medium Law accounts. This is accomplished through an in-depth understanding of West products, sales techniques appropriate for a long sales cycle and the needs of the legal profession in order to bundle information solutions to meet broad firm needs.
- Attains sales targets and quotas on a monthly basis
- Investigates customer needs in order to build a comprehensive understanding of issues/concerns; Uses effective relationship building skills as a strategy for dealing with customers; is focused on the big picture and business perspective when making decisions and taking action.
- Demonstrates excellent ability to identify alternatives to penetrate an account deeper, wider and farther; creates bundled product packages to meet client needs.
- Demonstrates high level of professional qualities and disposition that commands attention and respect from C-Level executives at Large Law firms; adapts smoothly to changing requirements and politicized issues.
- Uses appropriate interpersonal styles to consistently build trust and confidence with users, key contacts, managers and executives at West's largest customer sites; communicates and interacts effectively with internal team members including Inside Sales, Client Managers, Regional management, and Account Executives to create high performing collaborative teams.
- Exhibits a deep knowledge of West products such as WestlawNext, add-ons and print, and other NAL products, as well as the legal profession and the legal publishing industry: Relishes on-going, self-initiated learning; assimilates new information quickly; welcomes feedback and applies knowledge to practical use on the job.
- Demonstrates the use of Large Law products to the customer
- Obtains and provides territory information regarding market intelligence and penetration
- Partners with Sales Executives and Account Managers to identify the sales opportunities within each account and determine the most appropriate sales strategy
- Partners with internal team members such as Sales Executives, Inside Sales, Account Managers and Product/Sales Specialists to achieve revenue goals
- Confers with and assists in customer-related issues, including collections and complaints, as needed to maintain good customer relations
- Completes weekly sales performance reports
- Attends sales meetings and conventions as required
- Commitment to accept a Sales Executive position in targeted geography
- Able to work from home office and travel to customer locations up to 50% of the time.
- Minimum 5 years successful sales experience in a consultative selling environment to C-level players
- 4 year college degree required
- Working knowledge of sales concepts, methods and techniques
- Ambitious self-starter with high energy and motivation
- Excellent communication skills and closing skills
- Effective time management skills
- Able to work from home office and travel to customer locations
- Proficient in MS Office/Internet
- Working knowledge of West products, experience selling into large law accounts, and strong knowledge and background in the legal profession and/or legal publishing industry required.
- High level of competency with regard to internet, periodical and internal prospecting.
- Proficient database management skills
- Law degree preferred
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