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Sales Executive

ID&C Ltd Royal Tunbridge Wells, England

Manage Business Development • Account manage existing customers • Process quotes • Process sales • Manage end to end sales process Main…

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RFID Sales Team Leader – new

ID&C Ltd Royal Tunbridge Wells, England

1) Report directly to the RFID Director 2) Provide accurate and timely reports using SAGE CRM to the RFID Director 3) Liaise with and manage…

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    Great work life balance, company is struggling to find its growth path - scale and efficiency are needed.

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    IDC is a great place to work in terms of autonomy and work life balance. One learns about becoming a P&L manager quickly, managing to a lean bottom line. Analysts are given a lot of free reign with not a lot of training or standards to abide by which is good and bad. Clients rely on the numbers and less on the analysis partly because of how the analysis is delivered. IDC is introducing new methodologies and research structures, trying to transform the analytical approach. Also the most senior analysts are spending a lot of time on internal issues where they could be spending more time with clients.


    Staffing is extremely lean. Analysts are expected to do research, manage customers, drive new business, manage budgets and P&Ls and much more. The business is struggling trying to maintain relevancy and scaling. Clients like the depth but struggle with how long it takes to aggregate or get higher level strategic questions answered. There aren't a lot of new ideas being brought in because senior management has been there so long, very entrenched.

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    There are so many deep tech specialists who need more of a cohesive strategy on where they fit and what to focus on. There is lots of duplication of effort and inefficiencies.

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