MARKSENS was born of an unprecedented economic environment. Its founder and president,
Jean Marc Ambroise claims that there are two things that lead to success :
common sense and certain empathy, meaning an understanding of customers’ issues;
and the rest will follow. His fundamental principles are methodology, rigor,
hard work, explicit intuition, strong belief in the activity, the products and
the services provided by his clients, but also being truly supportive for a greater impact.
It is a proven expertise that has been built over twenty years, amongst startups
as well as major international groups, which now allows him to create a viable
alternative to conventional trading. According to him, sales people are apart and
require clear guidance and specific goals to get the best of them.
MARKSENS’ strength lies in the fact that its Lead Managers do not
represent a single business, but several, and meet with different breeds
of decision-makers. They can sell IT, BI, industry, services, and thus,
ascertaining that "It is not enough to have a good mind; the most important thing
is to use it well." It is important to prevent businesses from reaching boredom
and to provide them with resources to offer the new challenges, thus ensuring a rapid
rise in the skills and providing a certain commercial culture and the automatism
that businesses often lack. This revelation was the inception for MARKSENS.
It also led MARKSENS to act as a reliable stand in the sales functions, allowing more
flexible solutions, focusing each action on its results and getting rid of certain
fixed costs. Because the quality of the leads depends primarily on the quality of
the people who process them, and the relationship that will, in turn, transform them.
Simply, because one must be good at the right moment.