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Agency Manager

Mumbai, Maharashtra

Meru Consultants and Technology

Job Description

Job Description:
The position of Agency Manager offers an opportunity to make a significant difference to the performance of the organization, by enabling telecallers to deliver better performance, productivity and results. The person applying for this role should be capable of making referral generation as well as to referral forwarding to lender key contributors to the overall performance of Company.

Manage tele-calling team with close monitoring of Live calls and key focus on Sales
Drive/guide the team to convince the customers to apply for the eligible products and push the leads to lenders
Queue Management - track to make sure all call queues getting assigned and clearedon daily basis
Escalate to inhouse team and sort out the process issues raised by tele-calling team
Identify and quickly sort out agency issues affecting the calling process
Identify the training requirements based on the OIC performance

Graduate with 5-6 year's experience in managing a tele-calling team
Should be sales target driven and passionate about tele-calling sales process
Track-record of achieving 100% sales target achievements
Ready to handle pressure and interested to work in a start-up environment
Passionate about Sales and always focuses on delivering high quality referrals

Company Description

A fifteen-year-old company promoted by professionals from India’s best engineering and... management schools with more than twenty years corporate experience in India’s best known companies

o P Sankaran CEO, B.Tech (NIT-Trichy) and MBA IIMB
o V Subramaniam COO, B.Tech (IIT-BHU) and MBA IIMB
o R Ravi CTO, MCA, MS (Software Systems) BITS Pilani
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Additional Information

Last updated:
Job type:
Full time
Position type:
Minimum experience:
Between five and ten years
Compulsory Education
Salary range:
₹ 4,00,000 - ₹ 7,00,000 / Yearly (Gross Pay)
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