Pathgather is a learning experience platform for forward-thinking enterprises seeking to reshape their workforce and stay competitive in the digital world. It works with all of your existing learning resources and HR tools to create talent agility within your business, and makes it fast and easy for talent / L&D teams, managers and SMEs to create, curate and share content.Pathgather brings together disparate elements into one seamless home, providing unprecedented data and information-sharing that aligns employee growth with business goals.Maximize the benefits of learning investments while substantially reducing management time - request a demo today to see why Visa, HP, T-Mobile, Qualcomm, and many other Fortune 500 companies choose Pathgather to delight and empower their workforce.
We're looking for an experienced and driven sales professional who is eager for the opportunity to sell an exceptional product to the largest and most innovative companies in the world.
Our customers include companies like Qualcomm, Walmart, and Twitter, and we're looking for the person who's going to bring Pathgather to the next dozen like them and beyond.
We're a team of 9, so you'll be expected not just to crush sales, but to help shape our sales process, refine our messaging, and interface directly with the engineering team to make sure we continue to build the best possible product for our customers.
Ultimately, what really matters is that you're really, really hungry, you have demonstrated success, you crave the opportunity to have a big impact at a fast-growing startup, and you’re excited to learn every day. You're going to be employee #10 at Pathgather. You'll be an integral part of our DNA and a key factor in determining how high and how far we take this thing, so we can't wait to speak with you.
- Where you went to school is of little import to us, beyond small talk.
- You should have 2+ years of SaaS sales experience with 1+ year of mid-market experience
- Bonus if you have experience selling at a startup.
- Don’t have this kind of experience? Prove to us why we shouldn’t care!