Are you awesome?
Tallyfy is backed by investors in Silicon Valley and St. Louis. We’re a remote team. We under-promise and over-deliver.
We’re (only) looking for animals!
Paul Graham (from Y Combinator) explained it best:
What do I mean by good people? One of the best tricks I learned during our startup was a rule for deciding who to hire. Could you describe the person as an animal? It might be hard to translate that into another language, but I think everyone in the US knows what it means.
It means someone who takes their work a little too seriously; someone who does what they do so well that they pass right through professional and cross over into obsessive.
Our approach to hiring
We always start working with people on a freelancer or contractor basis. This enables us to get to know you, and vice-versa. We believe this is really important for a small and hyper-motivated family like ours.
If we do eventually make you a full-time offer – it’s taken for granted that you’ll be working flexible hours – from anywhere you like, unless you are needed at our office in St. Louis, MO. If you’re full-time in the US – you’ll have an excellent US medical insurance plan. Less than 16% of all US companies offer 100% employer health coverage – we’re one of them.
The ideal Tallyfy crane …
- Has already worked for a startup before
- Knows the SaaS industry
- Loves technology in all of its forms
- Loves lean and workflow concepts
- If you’re been reading this page all this time – congratulations! Email us with a note and your resume in a specific, creative and interesting way on work (at-sign) tallyfy.com
- Qualifying leads, and collecting information and details that are relevant
- Identify core pain points and assets that help us map a process for the customer to solve their problem
- Running highly effective screen-sharing demos that win both the budget holder and users.
- Calling at the right cadence with emails too, to ensure the customer is engaged
- Driving home the close quickly, with strong value to the customer
- Continuing to nurture the customer to upsell more users
- Recording and feeding back product requirements and objections to the product team
- A CRM which lets us email and call people directly.
- Outreach.io – for outbound emails
- MixPanel – for engagement data
- Slack – for general chat, etc.
- The usual scheduling, calling and conferencing apps