Sales Representative, Commercial Accounts (Former Employee), Toronto – October 1, 2013
Sales Representative, Commercial Accounts
Covered the territory of Richmond hill, Thornhill, Markham, Vaughan Sales and leasing of photocopiers/multi-function devices Existing clients as base customers, Composition knock out leases Created ROI and Total Cost Analysis in proposals
This role was B2B sales for the photocopiers and printable services – more... that Canon Canada offers – less
My overal review rating on a scale 1-10 is 9 with a balance life my salary was good benefits were great worked with a team that was multicultural.
Administration and Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Markham, ON – September 4, 2013
My review for Canon is one that may take sometime to explain.My experience grew with the job as time went on. I had daily interact with customers and various clients that did much business with our company. My telephone experience of calling customers and billing them for service contracts for their Canon equipment built an awesome and rewarding communication – more... for the company. i also had a great and friendly team as we worked closely together getting the job done, which made month end closings quite rewarding.I may also say the management team was helpful and tried every effort to get each person to learn as much as possible while paying attention to details. I called and billed over 200 customers each day sending out invoices information while handling other tasks. This job had given me my first great experience in working in this environment for over twelve years....Not forgetting the hardest part of the job was to get a client to co-operate and communicate, once you have bonded in that way it makes the job easier. That also had become the most enjoyable part of the job and meet my month-end quota quite rewarding. – less
Account Executive (Former Employee), Calgary, AB – December 30, 2012
Pros: decent pay
Cons: bad management
Worked as an account manager for about a year, the commission and pay structure is competitive but the work culture is bad, the industry is in trouble, with every sales rep trying to undercut each other.
Account Executive - New Business Development (Former Employee), Vancouver, BC – November 28, 2012
Cons: horrible gm.
The Sales Manager that had hired me was laid-off/fired just before I started. The GM and I did not get along, he is a power freak and wants to have FULL control of you. Plus, he has absolutely no management skills and thinks he is a GOD of the printing industry. One of the biggest mistakes I have made in my life-time working under him. The company culture – more... is otherwise good and very young crowd of staff in the commercial sales. For most of them this was their first job. – less
Great place to learn, not so great for advancement
Analyst (Current Employee), Toronto, Canada – September 11, 2012
A typical day is a fast-paced one. I usually arrive early and stay late. Majority of my work is excel based. The other is spent writing reports, sitting in meetings, reviewing competition, and reading reports. Co-workers are great and friendly.
The hardest part of the job is the barrier between management and employees, lack of processes and inability – more... to grow within the organization. The most enjoyable part of my job is working for a global brand and looking after great product. – less
Customer Service Dispatcher (Former Employee), Markham , Ontario – June 3, 2012
Pros: //beening recognized ////goes above and beyond
Cons: no cons
It's been a long time since I worked there but what I can remember was dealing with the tech's , I learned alot in my 17 years at canon , the management when I was there was excellent and my co=workers where amazing and the hardest part of the job was dealing with the other customer such as sales reps and the most enjoyable part of the job was having – more... to see my extended family everyday. . – less