Business Relationship Consultant role @OracleDirect
By Adriana Noailles on Jan 27, 2014
After my previous work experience within the financial sector where I received the “Bachelor of Banking” degree, and the online marketing industry as well as having studied a year in the US, I was looking for a new challenge for my international career. Oracle offered me the opportunity to work in a multicultural environment and to develop my professional skills further, so I was impressed. I chose Oracle because I believe it provides me with an unrivalled opportunity to work in an exciting and challenging environment whilst affording excellent progression opportunities. During the application process you get a clear picture of Oracle’s huge organization and the wide array of possibilities offered but also what is expected of you. This might sound a bit overwhelming at first, but support is on the way. Throughout the Foundation Training and on a regular basis thereafter you are provided with the necessary sales techniques, tools and product knowledge to help you succeed.
My current job is focused on generating demand for Oracle’s Human Capital Management products in Germany and Switzerland and to find new business opportunities via various channels, such as social media, outbound and inbound calls, inbound chat and outbound prospecting as a result of sales initiatives, marketing campaigns and event follow up, downloads, web-seminars and partner campaigns.
On a daily basis, I build relationships with HR departments to create value in the long term and helping them to improve their HR experience (Recruiting, Talent & Challenge Management, Team Leadership, Strategic Redeployment, Performance. In addition, I am achieving a high level of collaboration with in-country Marketing and Sales teams by developing and delivering against the joint strategy with the field representatives. Speaking of colleagues, I now work in a team with peers from Ireland, UK, Finland, Netherlands, France, Italy, Spain and Germany, who cover the northern and southern European markets.