SAP/Microsoft Sales Account Executive - Permanent

Microsoft, SAP, some experience, internal role
United Kingdom

We're in search of SAP or Microsoft Dynamics Sales Account Executives. Our excellent reputation for quality service delivery and Industry expertise and customer service makes selling our services and solutions strong proposition in the market. Backed by our senior executive  team and engagement professionals with 20+ years of experience in Microsoft Dynamics/SAP solutions, the Sales Account Executive will have responsibility for and the ability to sell anywhere in the UK.

About delaware

We exist to help our clients reach their full potential, by applying our common sense, business experience and passion for technology. 

Delaware is a global consultancy that partners with leading technology providers such as SAP (Platinum Partner) and Microsoft to deliver advanced digital solutions. We develop, innovate and implement technology transformations guiding our clients towards an intelligent future.

Everyone at Delaware is a steward of the business. We are building for the future and for those that succeed us and we take responsibility for our relationship with the social and ecological environment.

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Kaitlynn Cloke

What will you be doing?

  • Your primary responsibility is to generate net new accounts in the mid to large enterprise market from your extensive network of senior-level IT executives and other contacts at companies who use SAP/Microsoft Dynamics as their core ERP.
  • You should have a proven track record of doing so within the Microsoft Dynamics/SAP eco system. Be able to identify, initiate, nurture and close deals for Microsoft Dynamics/SAP services and solutions, from our Industry focused propositions plus our deep expertise in niche Microsoft Dynamics/SAP solutions.

Is there a match?

  • experience selling SAP or Microsoft Dynamics solutions and services 
  • network of senior-level IT/Business executives in mid/Large-sized companies who run SAP or Microsoft Dynamics 
  • experience working with customers in the industry verticals – flexible on what verticals
  • exceptional written and verbal communication skills
  • You can work from anywhere in the UK but must be willing to travel to support of an opportunity.

Our Culture and Values

We attract and retain only the best people who share our values and thrive in our culture. We strive for the highest levels of excellence in all that we do – with our clients, our people, our business, our careers.

We do the right thing to satisfy our clients, combining quiet confidence and a human touch.  We are open, positive, enthusiastic and energetic. At Delaware we value and invest in personal competence as much as technical competence and we all want to help each other succeed. We value diversity for the breadth of perspectives and skills it brings us and the better results it produces.

We enjoy each other’s company. We work hard together and we have fun together. We trust one another.

Underpinning our culture are our core values. They are a living part of our daily interactions, influencing what we do and how we do it. They guide how we work with our colleagues, customers, and partners.

Care - we take responsibility. Commitment - we commit, we deliver. Community -  we are better together. Respect - inclusive and diverse. Entrepreneurship - we cherish creativity and drive

Let's meet!

Come have a chat with us and tell us all about your skills, talents and previous experience.

Are you keen to help us grow our Sales Account team? Make sure to connect with us if you have any questions whatsoever.

Click the Apply now button below and hopefully we’ll get to meet each other soon!

Right to work

Please note that it is a legal requirement that you have the right to work in the UK by the time you commence employment.  We therefore ask those shortlisted for interview to provide evidence of their right to work in the UK during the recruitment process.  

Delaware holds a sponsor licence but not all roles are suitable for sponsorship, especially as, in some cases, individuals are required to work on long term client contracts, and this is not permitted under the sponsorship regime. Also, in some case individuals may be required to work in Ireland or elsewhere in Europe at short notice.  If you do not currently have the right to work in the UK we will still consider your application.  

If your application is successful beyond the first interview stage we will consider whether sponsorship is a possibility or, where appropriate, whether there are any other immigration options available but unfortunately we cannot guarantee that sponsorship will always be possible.

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