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Customer Relations Executive

Job Title:

Customer Relations Executive.

Job Description:

Interact and maintain relationship with customer.

Solve customer queries.

Follow up and send e-mails to client and customer.

 

Requirement:

Minimum Graduate.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Basic knowledge of computer and internet.

Location:Malad, Mumbai.

Contact:

Trupti Shandilya,

Executive HR,

Email ID: trupti@netsyscon.net

Phone No: 65931551/52.

URL: http://www.netsyscon.net.

 

Business Development Executive

Company Details:

A fast growing record management organization dealing with various sectors across the globe.

A firm incorporated in the year 2003 to address the growing demand for effective and efficient record management tools and processes

The company is tied up with Virtual record management and ITES partners like Writer Corporation, NAX, CMC, Newgen Software, Vicisoft, Computing and Xerox. The company is the implementation partner for Vicisoft Technologies, Syntax Software Technologies, Kodak Scanners, Fujitsu Scanners and Plustek and Cardscan.

Client List. Enam Financials, ICICI Brokerage Services Ltd, AXIS Bank, CBof Punjab, HDFC, Aditya Birla Chairman’s office, Rentworks, EXIM Bank, L&T, Shriram Transport, Seimens Enterprise, 16 International Freight carriers, Kotak Life, Virgin Mobile, UTI Mutual, MCX, Airtel, Barclays, MCS, Radiocity, DSP Merly Llynch, and a host of other clients.

Job Description:

Business Development Executive is a result-oriented individual who has minimum 2 to 3 years of software selling experience. Targeting medium to large sized companies in the market, , the individual would be expected to be proficient at selling. Excellent presentation & communication skill is a must.

Responsibilities:

– To achieve/exceed target given by the company

– To identify & qualify leads & sales opportunities

– Responsible for Client Acquisition

Target Companies

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– To develop business from new relationships

– To strategize, negotiate & close business

Required Skills/Experience:

– Graduate with 2-3 year’s software sales experience

– Good understanding of various business verticals

– Pleasing Personality & excellent communication skills

– Experience in Business Acquisition & Development

Salary : Best in The Industry

Kindly forward your updated resume only in word format with details about your current & expected CTC with notice period at the earliest.

Contact Person : Trupti
Contact no. : 022- 65931551 / 65931552
Contact E-mail : trupti@netsyscon.net
URL : http://www.netsyscon.net

Opening for Sr. Public Relations Executive

Company Details:

A fast Growing Record management organisation dealing into various sectors across the Globe.

A firm incorporated in the year 2003 to address the growing demand for effective & efficient record management tools and processes.

The company is tied up with virtual record management & ITeS partners like Writer Corporation, NAX, CMC , Newgen Software, ViciSoft, Computing & Xerox. The company is the implementation partner for Vicisoft Technologies, Syntax Software Technologies, Kodak Scanners, Fujitsy Scanners, Plustek and Cardscan.

Client List. Enam Financials, ICICI Brokerage Services Ltd, AXIS Bank, CBof Punjab, HDFC, Aditya Birla Chairman’s office, Rentworks, EXIM Bank, L&T, Shriram Transport, Seimens Enterprise, 16 International Freight carriers, Kotak Life, Virgin Mobile, UTI Mutual, MCX, Airtel, Barclays, MCS, Radiocity, DSP Merly Llynch, and a host of other clients.

CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Graduate

Minimum Work Experience -2-3 years.

IT Background Preferred

Excellent Oral & Written Communication (English)

Job Description

  • Acting as the first point of contact and liaison with Corporates
  • Excellent Time management and Priorities Setting Competency
  • Creating and updating a database for the Corporate Clients
  • Ensuring Continues Relationship with the clients without any interruption by competitor companies.
  • Other public relations and communication/publication-related activities as appropriate.

Email us your applications at riddhima@netsyscon.net,trupti@netsyscon.net or call on +91 22 65931551/52 (Riddhima, Trupti)

Almost perfect…

After loads of attempts you have finally managed to bag your dream job. The work profile is perfect and the timings are great. What’s more, it gives you the much needed flexibility, and the fancy designation makes it so appealing that you can’t wait to start work.

The plush office is in the prime city location and the company HR is famous for the perks that it provides. And the cherry on top — the company’s brand value will do wonders to your CV in the future. However, one small hitch is giving you second thoughts and you don’t even know how valid or invalid those reasons are. Read on to know what you must do when you are offered your dream job, but…

The pay is low

While everything else is perfect, the package is not that appealing. You feel you ought to get better but the HR won the negotiation and now, it’s the ‘take it or leave it’ situation. This can be a concern during rising inflation and when your expenses are on the rise with every budget. However, a relatively low pay shouldn’t dissuade you, especially if you are the start of your career.

For those who are relatively new in the industry and looking out for better visibility of their work, it’s far more important to gain the right experience and work with the right kind of people. In fact, if you are confident of your performance, you may join the organisation and soon take your senior under confidence and call for a salary review. If you can see that the job will benefit you in the long run, go for it. You will be able to negotiate higher salaries citing the brand value that the company will add to your CV.

Grueling travel

This is a concern especially with those who are pressed with family commitments. While reaching your previous office only needed a 10-minute bus ride, this one demands that you take the 9 AM local train. And since the office is nowhere close to the station, your total commuting time sums up to almost three hours every day. In this case, check out if the company offers any transportation facilities to its employees.

Many organisations encourage car pooling and also offer pick-up services. Also, look out for options as to how you can make the journey relatively comfortable. Maybe you can ask for a different shift. Also, see if you can make good use of the travelling time. You can carry a book along or listen to music. If you have a family member to take care of, see if your partner or someone else from the family can fill in for you in that time slot.

It’s a new company

You have always been with a large multinational that’s been the No.1 over the last 50 years. The job had security and the company was well-known in the market. However, the company that’s offering you the dream job is a new player in the market. There’s a challenge to prove itself amidst the already established players and looking at the current competitive market scenario, you know it won’t be an easy ride.

In this case, the decision has more to do with your personality. Are you a risk taker or do you prefer stability? Also, if you are someone who can’t stand a change in organisation culture, joining a new company that’s still trying to put the basics in place can be difficult. However, that very new company can provide you the opportunity to take on more responsibilities and be a part of key decision-making processes.

Other offers

Your CV has been floating around in the job market for a long time. And now, when you were just about to say yes to one ‘dream job’, there’s another equally good offer and the multiple options have left your confused. In this case, request more buffer time from the companies to make a choice.

Draw up a list of pros and cons and take every small aspect under consideration. If it still proves difficult, compare the organization’s work cultures. And go for the one that suits your personality the best.

Ref : Mumbai News / Mumbai Mirror

Regards,

Vrushali

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