- Generate revenue based on a mutually agreed-upon portfolio of corporations, law firms, and state & local government agencies.
- Thoroughly analyze and understand current and potential client needs and objectives in order to successfully determine the appropriate solutions.
- Establish and maintain relationships at the senior most levels in large corporations (GC, AGC of litigation, Legal COO, VP Procurement, etc.) and law firms (associates, senior associates, partners, etc.) and state & local government agencies.
- Operate collaboratively in a rapidly evolving environment with highly motivated teammates.
- Educate and inform corporations and law firms of the value propositions surrounding litigation software, legal process outsourcing and managed document review with an emphasis on eDiscovery.
- Collaborate with clients, the LMS sales team and delivery/operations throughout the sales cycle to design and build compelling, high-quality sales presentations, proposals, etc.
Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge and Skills
- University or College degree; CEDS/JD strongly preferred
- 5+ years of legal experience
- 5+ years of business development experience preferred
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience of the litigation, electronic discovery environment
- Demonstrated ability to manage and grow relationships and negotiate deals effectively
- Strong understanding and experience with Solution Selling and Consultative Sales
- Excellent analytical, communications, and interpersonal skills
- Confidence and ability to interface professionally with a wide spectrum of C level executives
- Strong business acumen, ethics and high integrity
- Up to 50% travel required, as necessary
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