PayNearMe, a service of Handle Financial, is the industry’s only platform that facilitates cash, debit, credit and ACH payments. With its great mobile experience, PayNearMe’s technology provides a simple way for businesses to collect payments through an intuitive, consistent experience for their customers. PayNearMe is the technology company that’s changing how payments are made.
PayNearMe is a small, diverse, and collaborative company that loves to delight its customers (merchants, consumers, etc.) with simple, useful and practical product/service offerings. PayNearMe is an innovative technology company headquartered in Silicon Valley with our employees distributed across the US. We’re in growth mode and looking to add a dynamic VP/Sr.Director of Channel Management to our team. You will have significant interaction with the Merchant Processing team while reporting to the Chief Revenue Officer.
What you’ll do:
Build the ecosystem and set the strategy:
- Identify opportunities for strategic partnerships that would increase the leverage of the PNM sales and marketing organization.
- Develop business case justification for new partnerships. Demonstrate the potential revenue that a new partnership would unlock, identify the direct/indirect costs, and understand the risks
- Keep abreast of the products, services and trends related to the payment processing industry to inform the partner strategy. Facilitate communication and provide competitive intelligence to marketing and product marketing teams.
- Develop partner program to enable, measure and recognize partners. Support sales team and product management with closing key vertical gaps via partnerships or referral structures.
- Map out new vertical markets to identify and target key partnerships.
- Build and maintain a pipeline of targets aligned and in support of the sales and business development pipeline in accordance with PayNearMe processes and methodologies, using Salesforce.com.
- Negotiate and sign deals with target partners.
Manage the go to market:
- Develop processes to align the necessary cross functional teams to ensure the smooth launch of newly signed partners
- Develop go-to-market plans for all signed partners, based on PayNearMe best practices including printed materials, sales decks, other collateral, case studies, pipeline sharing and sales incentive programs.
- Define and document the technical integration requirements and ensure that the partner and PayNearMe are aligned on the scope of work and schedule. Own the integration project from cradle to grave, and work with Marketing to document final feature support, user experience, limitations, etc.
- Develop sales training for new partnerships, and establish regular cadence for ongoing training to cover updates and additions
Facilitate sell through:
- Build team to assist in managing ongoing relationships with referral and integration partners
- Develop and maintain KPI tracking for partner activity and operational performance and required SLAs.
- Develop and maintain organizational charts for channel partners. Establish best practice joint selling processes with executive sponsorship to accelerate sales.
- Establish regular cadence to interact with channel sales either through email updates, calls, sales meetings and client focus events like webinars or annual conferences.
- Efficiently manage time to focus on activities that grow revenue in assigned channel partners, leveraging online tools and onsite visits to train large audiences.
- Build rapport with individual client contacts and long-term relationships through regular communication and meeting or exceeding channel partner expectations for future sales.
- Responsible for Company’s information security by preserving confidentiality, integrity, and availability of Company’s information assets and customer data in accordance with Company’s Information Security Management System.
Who we’re looking for:
- 10+ years successful account management and business development experience with minimum 5+ years in payment processing, business process outsourcing or bill payment industry services
- Ability to identify and communicate product requirements for successful partnerships
- Proven contract negotiation skills
- Strong analytical skills to leverage data to drive decision making
- Excellent communication (written, oral) and presentation skills
- Experience in lending, municipal government or large biller vertical markets preferred.
- Payments experience preferred
- CRM experience, preferably Salesforce
- Ability to work in a fast paced, team environment
- Strong work ethic, self-motivated and driven, able to manage multiple priorities at any given time
- Strong organizational and follow-up skills.
- Emotional intelligence, able to build new relationships with ease
- Experience with web-based sales enablement tools.
- Experience with MS office and data analytics for tracking account performance and growth.
- Bachelor degree or equivalent, Masters degree preferred
- Bilingual Spanish/English preferred.
Travel: 40+ anticipated
Great compensation package plus extensive benefits, including:
- A relaxed and professional working culture
- Flexible Time Off
- Health, dental, and vision insurance
- Stock options package
- Paid Parental Bonding Leave
- Team outings and events when permitted
PayNearMe strives to create a workplace where all employees thrive. Our core values represent who we are today and we take pride in the way we work with each other as well as with our stakeholders.
We’re in this together to do the right thing. We deliver real results we are proud of while remaining respectful, transparent, and flexible.
PayNearMe is an equal opportunity employer. We are diligently and thoughtfully working towards cultivating a diverse workforce which in turn, enhances our products and services for the communities we serve. Applicants who represent all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
CALIFORNIA CONSUMER PRIVACY ACT: APPLICANT NOTICE
Effective Date: January 1, 2020
Last Reviewed on: December 23, 2019
PayNearMe MT, Inc. and Handle Financial, Inc. (collectively, the “Company”) are providing you with this Notice (“Notice”) to inform you about:
1. the categories of Personal Information that the Company collects and maintains about applicants; and
2. the purposes for which the Company uses that Personal Information.
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