Highspot

Manager, Sales Engineering

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What Highspot is looking for in applicants
About HighspotHighspot helps sales teams improve customer conversations and achieve their revenue goals. From content optimization and performance analytics to in-context training, guided selling, and more, the Highspot platform delivers enterprise-ready features in a modern design that sales reps and marketers love. Using Highspot, marketing leaders have deep insights and analytics into the performance and influenced revenue of content, campaigns, and marketing assets.  What makes the solution special? It’s loved by sales reps globally, and is the #1 rated sales enablement platform on G2 Crowd. We are committed to diversity as both a moral and business imperative. About the RoleAre you passionate about transforming the way millions of people work by delivering solutions with a spark of magic?  We are looking for a Manager, Sales Engineering to develop a team of Sales Engineers supporting Enterprise and Strategic Account Executives. The Manager, Sales Engineering is a player and coach role, acting as both a team leader and a trusted advisor and Highspot solution expert on key logos and accounts. You would be joining a winning sales team who are achieving consistent growth year over year.  Sales Engineers at Highspot are trusted advisors who work with our partner, sales, services, and product teams to help drive projects and opportunities. 

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