MaximTrak® Technologies is seeking highly skilled and experienced leaders to aid in the company’s rapid expansion. Candidates must possess prior experience in team leadership, executive-level decision making, sales & business development, strategic accounts management, software or applications product management and service and support operations. Management positions demand candidates with a proven track record of performance.
The Maxim Group of companies was established in 1982 and today is a leading provider of consulting, training and technology services to the retail automotive, motorcycle and powersports industries. MaximTrak is the company’s flagship product that provides dealers from across the country with sophisticated point-of-sale technologies that aid in establishing consistent processes, increased profitability, enhanced professionalism and regulatory compliance.
MaximTrak’s Dashboard Reporting Suite (ERP) provides an automated reporting solution that fully integrates with most major Dealer Management Systems (DMS). The ETrak™ platform is the company’s digital suite of business solutions that include electronic insurance ratings, electronic contracting, electronic signature and electronic registration of Finance & Insurance products. MaximTrak integrates with over 100 industry related providers.
All candidates should be self-starters and multi-faceted in business development and be able to thrive in an entrepreneurial environment.
Qualified candidates, please send cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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