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Sales Operations Analyst - Ranorex

We are looking for a hard working team member with great attention to detail to work closely with
our Sales Team and Leadership team to report on metrics, make improvements in, help analyze business results and make recommendations for improvement. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with strong SalesForce skills to begin building a career at Ranorex.

As a Sales Operations Analyst you will help with many things including weekly metrics reporting, setting quotas and compensation plans for sales teams, performing data reconciliations, analyzing team member performance, maintaining the quality of the data in SalesForce, managing order processing, liaising with Accounts Receivable on order processing related questions, and assisting in integrating new acquisitions. You will also pro-actively follow-up with Sales team members to review the existing process and ensure that they are being followed consistently across all territories. You will occasionally also help us with various administrative tasks including SalesForce data cleanup, SalesForce administration, and following up on acquisition related Sales Operations projects.

In order to be successful in this role you need to have exceptional organization skills, a strong grasp of English written and verbal communication, high attention to detail, strong SalesForce skills, and the ability to identify areas for improvement and work independently towards those improvements. The Sales Operations team is a small, but very critical part of the organization.  You need to be comfortable taking on many different types of responsibilities and jumping in to help the team wherever you can. 

  • Available during normal US business hours
  • Excellent English writing and verbal communication skills
  • Highly organized, detail-oriented, driven and self-motivated
  • Ability to understand, document, and enforce processes
  • Ability to work independently and productively in an unstructured environment
  • Strong SalesForce experience
  • Strong Excel skills


  • Experience in the Software Industry
  • Experience with analyzing complex data and drawing conclusions
  • Experience maintaining the data quality in a system or database
  • Experience supporting a quota carrying sales team
  • Experience working as a department representative in cross functional teams


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