Any Degree Fresher’s required for the position Partner Deal Desk Analyst in Netapp at Bangalore. Interested and eligible candidates who have strong skill sets on desired profile can apply online for the requirement with the link given below. Find the job description, eligibility criteria, exact venue and interview details for more information. Netapp Hiring Any Degree freshers 2015 for Partner Deal Desk Analyst at Bangalore. Candidates who have completed Any Degree can apply for this job from Netapp.
Company Name: Netapp
Qualification: Any Degree
Job Post Name: Partner Deal Desk Analyst
Job Location: Bangalore
Total No of Vacancy: NA
As a Sales Analyst you will provide an integral link between the sales organization, marketing and other Corporate support functions such as legal and finance.
You will help to ensure all information and processes are in place for the successful achievement of business and sales plans.
The sales operation function is responsible for developing sales programs, sales process strategy, and evaluating and implementing improvements to sales programs and processes.
As a part of the function you will provide information to the field sales organization to support client related issues; and internal support to the organization by means of reporting and analysis.
Candidate should possess any degree from any recognized university or institution
No prior experience is required.
While this is an entry-level professional position, some exposure to job and technical content in one or more areas of this position is desirable.
1. Aptitude Test
2. Technical and HR Interview
Document Required (Original and Photocopies):
1. SSC Marksheet
2. HSC/Diploma Marksheet
3. Graduation & Post Graduation all years’ mark sheets
4. Photo ID proof (Pan Card/ Passport / Driving License / College ID)
5. 2 photographs
NetApp was founded in 1992 by David Hitz, James Lau, and Michael Malcolm. At the time, its major competitor was Auspex Systems. In 1994, NetApp received venture capital funding from Sequoia Capital. It had its initial public offering in 1995. NetApp thrived in the internet bubble years of the mid 1990s to 2001, during which the company grew to $1 billion in annual revenue. After the bubble burst, NetApp’s revenues quickly declined to $800 million in its fiscal year 2002. Since then, the company’s revenues have steadily climbed. In 2006, NetApp sold the NetCache product line to Blue Coat Systems. On June 1, 2015, Tom Georgens stepped down as CEO and was replaced by George Kurian.
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