Dominic Starr is the North America Director of Sales at In Mind Cloud, which offers an all-digital sales platform for discrete manufacturing. He joins Enterprise Radio.
Pay attention to host Eric Dye & guest Dominic Starr discuss the following:
- Tell us about your company – In Mind Cloud.
- How did you get started doing what you’re doing today?
- What are your current business activities? Any impact you made in the previous year?
- Which is your unique advantage? How can your company solve a customer problem?
- Which direction do you see your industry going? What are the biggest threats to your industry?
- Which is your focus for the future?
Dominic StarrAs its director of Sales, he plays a crucial role in In Mind Cloud’s North America growth team. He is focused on expanding customer base from the US, Canada, and Mexico. Dominic was most recently vice president for North America sales-i, Inc, a UK-based SaaS platform that supports distribution and manufacturing sales. The U.S. Office team consisted of sales, customer satisfaction, training and managed service consulting. He achieved triple-digit headcount growth and sales revenue of over $13 million.
Dominic worked in telecoms for 21 years before moving to sales-i. He started his career at Nextel Communications, Inc. and then joined Sprint in 2004, after which he was acquired by Nextel Communications, Inc., for $39B. Both at Nextel as well as Sprint, Dominic held a number of roles in sales leadership and management, including solutions consulting, enterprise sales, and solution selling. While Dominic’s experience is in scaling sales organizations in SaaS, In Mind Cloud has more than 10 years’ experience in delivering world class CPQ rooted sales platforms that enable sales teams in manufacturing to be the most effective sales teams on the planet.
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