Overview

As the strategic business partner and operational leader for the EMEA region, you will be the primary strategic and consultative asset to sales leadership.  You will work closely and collaboratively with executive sales leadership including our VP of EMEA to provide business council & recommendations on GTM initiatives such as forecasting, lead and deal-flow bottlenecks, territory/organizational structure optimization and go-to-market planning.  You will proactively monitor performance and drive accountability to ensure your business segment is enabled to exceed plan. Additionally, you will act as an extension of the sales leadership and operationalize the deal inspection process in conjunction with forecast methodology and accuracy.  As you grow within this role, you will learn the rhythms of the business inside and out, become an authority on how the business performs today, and have an active voice in shaping how the business looks in the future.

 

In this role, you’ll get to: 

  • Manage and coach a team of analysts to provide value add reporting, create KPI’s / leading indicators, and produce sound business modeling to surface actionable insights
  • Design a consistent and efficient format for rep-manager deal reviews
  • Orchestrate an operational cadence from VP to sales managers, and driving accountability within this process.
  • Represent the EMEA region within our strategic planning process, and lead the analysis of significant investments and initiatives being considered for the region
  • Make strategic business recommendations to drive MRR growth opportunities, margin & discounting expansion opportunities, and strategic planning and initiatives
  • Help our sales managers develop and manage a financial forecast and growth plan.
  • Assist cross functional teams with long-term financial planning for your business segment, acting as a knowledgeable authority looking for ways to support growth.
  • Work with our recruiting team to ensure proper succession planning and  candidate flow, and minimize rep slot vacancy when attrition does occur
  • Work with Sales Operations and FP&A to build our yearly revenue and headcount plan, and help our sales leaders execute to exceed plan
  • Implement and manage territory planning to distribute demand efficiently and prepare the sales team for sustained success
  • Lead cross-functional teams to drive change initiatives in collaboration with Marketing, Finance, Customer Success, and People Ops
  • Provide input into the design of our commission structure, quotas, and rules of engagement
  • Represent your respective segment, working closely with your enablement and analytics counterparts to support and streamline operational change affecting your segment.
  • Work closely with Marketing to define and maintain the business processes to support best in class flywheel metrics that align with overall segment and business goals.

 


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