As the Sales Administrator I had accountable for controlling all internal and external documentation pertinent to Sales in order to maximize revenue and ensure that the equipment shipments and billing are accurately and efficiently processed within the scheduled time frames. It was too much job with minimum range of salary,too much pressure on unfriendly environment and your supervisor always put the finger on you and make you uncomfortable.how ever it was not good experience and Never want to back over there even they offer the good job to me!
Websphere/LotusNotes/BES admin/developer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 October 2018
was working in IT for almost 9 years. Be honest, it was an easy job in a friendly team with manaers and directors not so demanding ( compared with those I met in last 5 years ). Though one thing to keep in mind is employee espcially young guys, need to think about if they can earn enough wealth to retire :-)
Business Development Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 October 2018
It depends on which manager you get to work with, all managers have different working styles. Minimal interaction with the management. Expectations are high. Industry is such which is not a priority for the customers.
Company functions such as Christmas parties where fantastic
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Hamilton, ON – 2 October 2018
My roll as a Customer service representative involved a lot of travel. I learned mechanical, electrical and computer skills on a ongoing basis, as well as positive customer relation. The most enjoyable part of the job was solving a very intricate problem utilizing all my skills and resources.
Worked alone 100 percent of the time, but had to maintain successful results.
Working in different environments from unheated warehouses to beautiful offices.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – GTA, ON – 16 September 2018
Most days are different from the last as there are a large number of different vendors and equipment that require service. Constant training and retraining as equipment and configurations are added to the portfolio. Minimal interaction with office and management. Constant interaction with customers and clients. 24hrs on call was the most difficult part of the job.
ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE-BUSINESS SOLUTIONS DIVISION (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 5 July 2018
Canon is a great company however, the photocopier sales division is severely out of touch with the market. They push hard on over priced machines sold from Canon but allow their own dealers to undercut them. They then turn to the sales person and say, "Why can't you sell this?". Their outdated sales portal looks like something out of 1998; and is not effective at achieving sales goals. Associates are drastically under paid, asked to drive long distances, and are often left paying out of pocket just to accomplish the goals. The management seems to be afraid of their senior leadership that is humorously flawed in their approach, and refuses to say anything about it. In 2018, they have 0 online support in marketing their products.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 7 April 2018
Working at a process-oriented company can be challenging but when things have been designed intricately to give you more values and smoother workflows , career becomes absolutely promising .Canon is such a work place and if you work hard , it is place you can make a good money in sales jobs !
Sr Product Marketing Coodinator (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 4 September 2017
Great work environment and great benefits but lacks career development program for future growth within the company. Unfortunate. Salaries are also mid range and don't promote employees to stay with the company.
Business Development Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 June 2017
Canon is a great opportunity to build your sales resume and grow within the many areas of a company if you are focused on steady employment. Very good sales training and name recognition for your resume.
-the only good thing about this job is the benefits (rebates on canon products and good insurance) -boring products to sell and deal with -managers are all horrible -impossible to use your own style of selling since everything is micromanage. -people that do well are usually the suckups -would not recommend this job to my worst enemy.