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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL Aug 2012 – Reviewed Nov 16, 2012
Interview Details – Step#1 Initial phone screen with the Salesforce.com recruiter. Step#2 Phone conversation with a RVP to screen for step#3. Step#3 2nd phone interview with RVP & AVP. Step#4 In-person interview with multiple RVP's & AVP to present a live presentation.
Interview Question – Asking specific questions about how to sell Salesforce.com Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiating on the base salary or commission
No Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL Nov 2010 – Reviewed Jan 5, 2011
Interview Details – Phone interviews, in person interviews, etc. Interview process was very easy but their is a formula that sf.com is looking for. Only seasoned, highly successful enterprise sales reps should apply. If you don't have 10 years of quota experience as lead sales rep - always exceeding number. It would be a great company to work for. At any point during the interview process, if anyone says no, it feels like the answer is no for everyone. They are a great company and can afford to be selective.
Interview Question – Give 7 examples of how you navigated a company, connected the dots within an organization, used an event, and used a reference to close a deal. Answer Question
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Chicago, IL Apr 2008 – Reviewed Jul 8, 2010
Interview Details – Multiple face to face interviews. Once whittled down to one of the 2-3 final candidates you are flown to San Francisco for interviews with senior management. Very intense interview process.
Interview Question – Walk me through a recent $500k+ CRM sale that you had Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Stock and/or options no longer given on hire. Can negotiate a forgivable draw for the first 3-6 months.
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