Business development manager – Cloud & Hosting
Business development manager-Cloud & Hosting
£40,000-£50,000 OTE £80,000-£100,000
Location-Yorkshire, Lancashire, Merseyside
Logical resources are working alongside a disruptive Cloud & Hosting organisation that has been trading since the early 2000’s. They support clients with secure enterprise cloud services and has now grown to a multi-million turnover business due to significant investment in a new service platform (the Virtual Private Cloud), marketing and business development. An exciting opportunity has risen for an individual who wants to take the next step in their career and the have autonomy to take control of your financial earnings whilst moving towards senior leadership.
Due to continued success and growth, the opportunity here is to be one of the first members of a sales team in the north of the UK which we expect will grow rapidly over the next few years. Opportunities are in abundance in the north due to the support from the internal business development team, who will support you on generating new opportunities. Joining at this time and doing a good job will create a good career path to progress and beyond.
You will be responsible for
-Developing and closing new business opportunities
-managing your client portfolio
-Daily face to face meetings
-proposal and tender preparation
-Working alongside the internal team to build your sales pipeline
-Using the technical team to help close deals
We are looking for someone with experience in the cloud & hosting arena across platforms such as backup as a service, virtual private cloud, private cloud hosting, Data centre and disaster recovery as a service. A technically minded individual would be well suited to this position given the nature of the role being very client facing and journey transformation driven. We would be extremely keen to hear from people from who have dealt with VMware, Azure, AWS, Juniper, Dell and Citrix.
If this sounds like something you are interested in, please send your CV to us in the first instance