Sales Account Representative
Canon Solutions America is a Canon U.S.A. Company providing integrated systems technology that comprise one of the strongest solutions portfolios in the document management industry. If you are goal oriented, have an interest in technology, and are an outgoing person who enjoys selling, this may be the position for you! Canon Solutions America Account Representatives are responsible for selling specific business system products and services including: black & white and color printers and copiers, facsimile equipment, document management solutions and related software. Canon Solutions America offers a competitive compensation package including base salary, commissions, monthly and quarterly bonus opportunities, travel allowance, medical, dental, vision, 401(k) Savings Plan, profit sharing, opportunity to earn incentive trips, success sharing, tuition reimbursement, vacation, and much more!
As a Sales Account Representative, your primary focus will be to sell Canon's hardware and software technology-based solutions to companies within an established territory. Specific job duties will involve prospecting for new business opportunities and upgrading existing customers. You will be required to achieve 100% of quota through implementing creative sales strategies, performing extensive customer needs analyses and site surveys, proposals, presentations, and product demonstrations.
Your qualifications must include a bachelor's degree or equivalent sales experience, strong communication skills including the desire to build solid working relationships with a variety of businesses, an interest in learning new technology in an evolving industry, the ability to work autonomously and excellent time management skills. We will provide you with 8 weeks of blended training that includes 4 weeks of instructor led and 4 weeks of in the field training, plus ongoing training and development to build the foundation for your career.
Canon Solutions America, Inc. is an Affirmative Action Equal Opportunity Employer and VEVRAA Federal Contractor. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, status as a qualified individual with disability, status as a protected veteran, or any other characteristics protected by law.
EOE Minorities/Females/Individuals with Disability/Protected Veterans
Canon U.S.A., Inc., headquartered in Melville, New
York, is a leader in professional business, consumer and industrial imaging equipment and information
systems. Our extensive product line and digital solutions enable
businesses and consumers worldwide to capture, store, and distribute
information. Canon products include color and black-and-white copiers, printers, image filing systems, facsimile machines, cameras and lenses, camcorders, healthcare technologies, semiconductor, broadcast, encoders/optoelectric components and optical equipment, flatbed scanners, and other specialized industrial
products. The Company is listed by Fortune as one of the "World's Most
Admired Companies" and is on the Business Week's list of "100 Best
Global Brands." Canon is committed to the highest levels of customer
satisfaction and loyalty, providing 100% U.S.-based consumer service and
support for all products.
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- Company:Canon Solutions America
- Contact:Not Available
- Location:Tallahassee, FL 32301
- Base Pay:N/A
- Employee Type:Full-Time
- Industry:Office Supplies - Equipment
- Manages Others:Not Specified
- Job Type:Sales
- Req'd Education:Not Specified
- Req'd Experience:Not Specified
Canon's founding mission was to build a company that created
high-quality cameras. Canon realized this dream in 1936 when it released
the Hansa Canon, the first 35mm focal-plane shutter camera. During the
ensuing 60 years, our technological strengths have helped us to also
become a leading digital imaging and networking company and a dominant
force in personal and office printers, copiers, controllers and fax
machines. We also have applied our innovative skills in environmental
technologies, as well as medical, semiconductor, and broadcasting
equipment. We will continue to develop innovative technologies as a
means of bettering the world we live in — redefining the workplace and
Innovation has been a key ingredient in Canon's success throughout
our history. We are one of the most prolific inventors of consumer and
professional imaging solutions. Canon ranked #3 worldwide among all
companies issued U.S. patents in 2004. For the last 20 years, Canon has
maintained a global ranking in the top five, with a total of 26,528 U.S.
patents granted in our almost 70-year corporate history. Canon Inc.
consistently devotes approximately 10% of its net sales to R&D
investment each year. Our R&D divisions in Japan and nine R&D
facilities throughout the world are dedicated to developing custom
products and solutions for customers worldwide.
Some products developed from Canon R&D and patented
technology include the laser beam print engine, Bubble Jet Printing
systems, plain-paper copying devices, eye-control focus systems for
cameras and camcorders, and optical image stabilization for video
cameras, broadcast lenses, and binoculars. Whatever the product, our
emphasis on quality as well as original technologies has earned us the
trust of customers around the world.
- Canon U.S.A.: Offers an extensive line of consumer,
business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions.
- Founded: New York Branch was established in 1955 and formally
incorporated as Canon U.S.A., Inc. in 1965.
- Corporate headquarters: Lake Success, New York
- President and Chief Executive Officer: Joe Adachi
- Leader in: Professional business and consumer imaging equipment
and information systems.
- Products include: color and black-and-white copiers, printers,
image filing systems, facsimile machines, cameras and lenses,
camcorders, semiconductor, broadcast, encoders/optoelectric components
and optical equipment, eyecare and digital radiography systems, flatbed
scanners, and other specialized industrial products.
- Sales and Support Offices: More than 21 offices throughout
Canon is proud of its long and unwavering tradition of
protecting and preserving our most precious of resources — the world we
share. We work to harmonize environmental commitment and economic
interests in all our business activities. We believe this balance is
essential to sustain prosperity for future generations.
This is not new thinking at Canon. As a global organization, we at
Canon understand our responsibility for the impact we make on society
and the environment. That is why, from our founding, Canon's corporate
philosophy has been kyosei — which we define as "all people, regardless
of race, religion, or culture, harmoniously living and working together
into the future."
At all of our office locations, and throughout our manufacturing and
sales operations, Canon maintains a deep commitment to social and environmental responsibility. This
determination to live and work together for the common good — Canon
kyosei — permeates everything we do: from research and development, to
product manufacturing, marketing, sales and distribution.
At Canon, we believe every manufacturer has a responsibility to
ensure its operations and practices are environmentally sound. We apply
this standard for environmental respect to every stage of our
operations. At every step, we make energy and resource conservation and
the elimination of hazardous substances our most important goals. That
is why Canon is recognized for producing some of the worlds most energy
Kyosei also drives our commitment to establishing good relations not
only with our customers, but also with the communities in which we
Our dedication to kyosei guides our tradition of commitment to
protect and preserve our most precious of resources — the world we
share, the communities we serve, and the lives we touch. We do this
through environmental, conservation, recycling and sustainability
initiatives. We also practice kyosei through social and educational programs on behalf of young people and
those in need.
This is our corporate philosophy, and it unites all
Canon companies and employees together in contributing to the prosperity
of humanity and the protection of the world we share.