NAFASI YA KAZI BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVES – AFRICA ONLINE TANZANIA

- December 19, 2017
NAFASI YA KAZI BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVES – AFRICA ONLINE TANZANIA

COMPANY PROFILE
Africa Online Tanzania is a subsidiary company of Gondawa International Networks GIN a leading African Data Communications Solutions Provider with a presence in 40 markets in Africa

Africa Online is a leading service provider in Tanzania with an establishment in Dar es Salaam we are at the forefront in the industry providing innovate connectivity solutions on wireless, fiber. P2P and Satellite Technologies. We also provide value added solutions in Data storage security, disaster, recovery, data back up, and web hosting among others

SUMMARY OF JOB PROFILE
This is a business development role whose primary focus is to grow and retain the Africa Online Client base

KEY DELIVERABLES
- Revenue generation by creating new sales and business opportunity for the company
- Identifying and qualifying prospects then works closely with other members of the team in compiling  proposal as well as closing sales deals
- Lead negotiations of contracts, tenders and follow up on project implementations
- Debt collection by following up with client to ensure they pay in good time as per agreed credit terms
- Build and maintain profitable relations with customers
- Monitor competitions activities, initiatives or development and make recommendations as well as communicate the same to management
- Monitor and optimize revenue/margin/ contribution in line with approved key accountant business plan
- Work with marketing to implement all marketing’s plans merchandising plans and promotional activities
- Collecting past due payments from  customers and accounts  receivable and reconciliation of accounts
- Producing a market intelligence report on competition activities with a view of increasing  our market share

Interested applicant are requested to submit their CVs including contact details of 2  professional referees to hr@africaonline.co.tz  not later than 22nd December 2017

Source the Guardian December 18, 2017
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