The Business Sales Executive, also known as the Relationship Manager, is the catalyst behind Heartland's success as an organization. As a consultative sales professional, the Relationship Manager is responsible for driving revenue growth and bringing in net new business from prospects. Relationship Managers set appointments with business owners to educate them about Heartland's payment processing solution(s). They do this by prospecting over the phone, face-to-face, through their networks, and building referral partnerships. Relationship Managers get compensated solely for the business they bring in and build up residuals across all of their customer base. The compensation is highly leveraged with the opportunity for creating passive income while working flexible hours.
Your role as a Relationship Manager is to close sales of our business solutions with merchants throughout the area. As a Relationship Manager with Heartland, you will work closely with your local Division or Territory Manager to set appointments with business owners over the phone, face-to-face, through your network, and via referral partnerships that you build. You will then run scheduled appointments, uncover needs, and present Heartland solutions to close sales in our target vertical markets (restaurants, retail, medical, lodging, auto repair, salons, etc.). A Relationship Manager reports to a Division Manager and receives coaching from a Territory Manager.
During the training/ramp-up period, your DM or TM will accompany you on your initial appointments to train you on our short-cycle sales process using Atlas, our groundbreaking tablet-based CRM platform for lead generation, sales presentations, on the spot client financial analysis, and paperless contract processing. You will then have the freedom to set your own work schedule while working primarily from a home office and maximizing the upside of 100% commission and residuals on the business you bring in.
What makes a great Relationship Manager?
o Drive for Results
o Strategic Thinking
Does this describe you?
Advancement within Heartland organization in as little as 3 months
Responsibilities of the Relationship Manager include:
Prospecting for and running dynamic sales presentations
Explaining our value proposition to clients via Atlas CRM on your iPad or tablet
Closing sales of our payment processing services (Card Processing, Payroll / HR Outsourcing, Loyalty Marketing)
Educating merchants and business owners on the payment processing industry
Upselling current clients on our gift marketing, payroll and other products and services
Maintaining regular communication with your Territory / Division Manager
Excellent prospecting, resourcefulness, communication, presentation and networking skills
Works well independently and as part of a team
Incentive-driven sales hunter
Professional demeanor and impeccable integrity
High sense of urgency and innate sales talent
Must enjoy cold-calling and speaking with people face to face
Experience dealing directly with small to mid-sized, local business owners and decision makers
Experience closing in a fast sales cycle: 5 - 10 sales per month
Experience in a performance based compensation model
Previous Top Performer status in an outside sales position
Proven track record of pipeline development and closing sales
Ability to pass a background check
Valid driver's license and auto insurance
Membership in a business or merchant association or a networking group a plus
Bilingual skills a plus
100% Performance Based with Residuals
401K with company match
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