Describe your Experian QAS timeline.
"I have been at Experian QAS for almost 5 years now. I started in an entry level role in the Sales Development Program and was promoted to a Customer Account Manager after a few months. Then after 3 months, I was promoted to an Account Manager on our direct sales force. During my time in direct sales, I have overachieved on my targets and have been promoted twice. I am now the Business Development Manager after my most recent promotion."Bryan
What's the greatest challenge you've faced while working here?
"I would have to say delivering consistent revenue and generating new activity month in month out. It takes a lot of time management and organization to be able to close deals for the current month, build a pipeline for next month and start new projects with prospects.Bryan
Another great challenge was learning how to speak French...again. When I was a kid, I lived in France for about a year. I picked up the language and then came back to the US, never to use it again...until now. When I was promoted to be an account manager at Experian QAS, I was given a territory in Canada. I quickly found that speaking French would help me build credibility with my prospects in Quebec. It took a while, but I am fluent once again!"
What is your favorite memory at Experian QAS?
"I attended the year end incentive trip in Cabo San Lucas for my over performance in Sales. One activity we did was deep sea fishing. I was really excited about this trip because I go fishing with my brothers in Nantucket every summer. For the duration of the trip, there were only a few small fish caught. Then toward the end of the trip, something bit and I started to reel it in. When it was pulled on board, we realized it was a monster...a 12 foot striped marlin. I had it made into a trophy and it now hangs on a wall in my house!"Bryan