"I worked for SavvyCard for a very short time, as my role was eliminated for budgetary reasons. Although the product was clean, simple, and provided some great value for real estate professionals, there were a few challenges (other than money), that made SavvyCard an uphill battle: 1. Main product line was to be sold through a channel partners contract. Not only was this never explained to me during the interview, but the channel partners sales team was never told that I was going to take the place of the national sales role, which was currently the CEO. This created friction from the very beginning. 2. Product line still needed work, however, many were focused on creating different/additional product lines to make others happy. In order to be successful in any type of sales role, you need to ensure that you have weapons in place before you start to execute your sales plan. Cart before the horse mentality. In order to create a great culture moving forward, you need to ensure that you are providing truthful/factual information up front, especially those who are gainfully employed. My advice to SavvyCard (or anyone looking for an opportunity there): Be mindful of the information that is being provided, and ensure that this information is in writing. Also, be truthful/factual about where you are at, as you do not want to damage a potential candidates reputation.... especially those who are gainfully employed."
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