Inside Sales Representative Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Inside Sales Representative?

Inside Sales Representative in Grand Rapids:
"Corporate Culture."
Pros: I love talking with people and discussing their achievements. The conversation is always positive, because hey, you just won a championship! I love the people that I work with and the work environment is extremely positive at all times. Very easy to get up to come to work.
Cons: The amount of work that I have to put in for the minimal amount of return compared to the other sales guys.

Inside Sales Representative in Chicago:
"Summary."
Pros: I love the product that I sell.
Cons: I do not feel like I make enough money.

Inside Sales Representative in St. Paul:
Pros: Helping customers solve their problems.
Cons: I feel like I am underpaid. HavHaving to deal with counter business.

Inside Sales Representative in Evansville:
Pros: I don't get micromanaged because I am about to manage my own territory the way I feel is best for my sales and accounts.
Cons: My job could easily be done from home, but we are not given the opportunity so I drive 70mins to work one way daily. I also work for a manager who does absolutely nothing for our entire department.

Inside Sales Representative in Houston:
"It is exciting, challenging, and rewarding."
Pros: Work independently. No micromanaging. Travel for work.
Cons: No opportunity to move up within the company. Products required to sell not challenging enough. Lack of opportunity.

Inside Sales Representative in Greeley:
"Gratifying."
Pros: Customers and it is fast paced.
Cons: The pay is low for the area I live in.

Inside Sales Representative in Santa Clara:
"Inside Sales, Administrative Assistant, And Sales Rep."
Pros: Variety of the job, chances to grow, treat employees well.
Cons: Sometimes people are hard to work with.