Our CEO is looking for help with marketing of the energyOrbit solution and help with executing innovation along thought leadership and trends in the Demand Side Management (DSM) sector.
This position is open for either part time or full time employment. This position is primarily a marketing oriented, although, it does carry some responsibilities related to product management.
We serve an expanding market, presently commanding $10BB per year. Ten years in business, energyOrbit is proud to maintain 100% customer reference ability. energyOrbit provides the leading DSM Operations Platform for utilities and energy efficiency program implementers. Exclusively focused on cloud-based DSM solutions, energyOrbit is deployed with leading utilities across North America such as Eversource, National Grid, Con Edison, Commonwealth Edison and Xcel Energy. The solution empowers our customers to reach targeted energy savings goals with proven low overhead; up to 65% improvement and gained operational efficiency. energyOrbit empowers utilities to deploy custom DSM programs in hours, scale projects efficiently, and manage utility customer relationships, partners, and internal communications seamlessly. Utilities using energyOrbit also lower program costs while increasing processing speed and customer satisfaction. energyOrbit provides comprehensive visibility across all DSM programs and 3rd party implementers. energyOrbit is powered on Force.com from Salesforce.
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energyOrbit is provisioned as a stand-alone product or in conjunction with the full Customer Relationship Management (CRM) suite of products from salesforce.com. CRM elements are available whether an organization decides to adopt energyOrbit as a stand-alone product or in conjunction with a full CRM deployment, including Contact and Account management, Tasks management, email communications automation, reporting and more. A full CRM deployment will typically include customer support management (Cases, w/ or w/o call center capabilities), traditional sales pipeline (Opportunities), marketing automation, and more.