Upserve: Regional Account Executive
10 Dorrance Street
Providence, RI 02903

Employee Testimonials

ABOUT THE ROLE

As a Regional Account Executive, you will work with our customers to identify ways that they could grow their business through better use of data on their customers, menu, and service staff. In order to do this effectively you must maintain in-depth industry knowledge including marketplace conditions, and competitor positioning in your geographic area. Each month you will drive the sales cycle from generating leads, to demonstrations, to closing deals.

A TYPICAL DAY MAY INCLUDE:

  • Becoming an expert in our industry, the product, and our restaurateurs
  • Working 100% remotely, and living locally in your sales region
  • Carrying out the whole sales cycle which includes: identifying and developing leads, meeting with your clients, creating value propositions, structuring financial deals, negotiating contracts, and closing deals.
  • Close business consistently if not above quota
  • Conducting discovery calls and visits with customers to identify their business challenges
  • Successfully running online and in person demonstrations of Upserve with restaurateurs and restaurant owners

The Account Executive is also responsible for maintaining up-to-date records within Upserve's CRM solution as well as for processing the sales quote and order in an accurate manner. This includes capturing all sales related tasks in the customer's opportunity record, and moving through all sales stages in the process.

ABOUT YOU

We're looking for Account Executive with the following:

  • Grit: You possess a consistent drive to overachieve against your personal and professional goals.
  • Curiosity: You have a desire to learn about the restaurant industry, our customers pain points, and provide thoughtful solutions to their biggest problems.
  • Impact: You enjoy taking on big, important challenges as well as the small things, because you aim to provide value today. You can apply logic to problems and quickly analyze to provide a recommendation.
  • Empathy: In all of your actions, you strive to convey an understanding and respect for the needs of others. You keep the customer, not your own agenda, at the forefront of your decisions.
  • Openness: You are humble, acknowledge your strengths and weaknesses and take feedback well. You are able to self diagnose and translate that diagnosis into an actionable solution.
  • One Team: You can effectively and concisely communicate with your teammates to motivate and inspire prospects

Qualifications:

  • 3-5 years of experience in a sales role (with closing/quota carrying experience)
  • Familiarity and proficiency with full lifecycle sales process management
  • Understanding of solution-based consultative sales
  • Professional poise and confidence while communicating with executives
  • Salesforce or comparable CRM experience to manage and organize pipeline
  • Committed to a culture of positivity and high performance
  • Value feedback, and thrive on constant improvement and learning
  • Strong work ethic, and a self-driven desire to succeed

  • Excellent written and verbal communication

Not a must, but a plus:

  • Prior Experience in the hospitality industry, and using restaurant technology such as POS
  • Experience selling in a SaaS environment

Want to know what its like to work at Upserve? Check out our Instagram, Inside Upserve.

Upserve is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We strive to have a team that is as diverse as the industry we serve. We partner with a
number of local organizations working to improve access to the tech industry for underrepresented groups. All qualified applicants will receive
consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected
veteran status or disability.

Full-time

Employee Testimonials

Katryn
Software Engineer

If you could describe working at Upserve in three words, what would they be?

  1. Supportive.
  2. Catalyst.
  3. Progressive.

Building on that a little more, why did you decide to work at Upserve?

The team at Upserve is very experienced and I’m at the point in my career where I’m trying to absorb as much as possible from the people I surround myself with in my career. I don’t want to be the smartest person in the room. Even if it’s overwhelming being in a meeting with tons of people with Masters and PhDs, they push you to go a lot faster and learn a lot faster. Sometimes it feels impossible to keep up, then you realize they’re just people who were in your shoes at one point. It’s easy to assume programmers are superhuman beings, but they’re just like everybody else, they’re a bit weird, but I like that.

You mentioned how important it is to surround yourself with people who push you, can you talk a bit more about the culture here at Upserve?

The people are thoughtful, very human and real. They respect that we’re people with lives and that we want to bring our A game but we’re also human and have good days and bad days. I feel really appreciated here, like people listen to me. I feel like they care about my growth as a person and keeping me engaged. I think they go out of their way to make my life easy, to get out of my way and let me do my job. They value that I (and everyone on the team) have a unique opinion and has something to contribute. Plus, I love that they support a lot of the initiatives with women.