At Enable were building software that helps our customers seize every opportunity the deal economy represents. In doing this, we are one step closer to achieving our vision of intelligent plans connecting every business relationship. But we cant do this alone. Were looking for go-getters, innovators, and leaders who can take us to the next level in helping the world make better deals. Help us power the deal economy ABOUT THE ROLE We are seeking an entry-level implementation analyst to join our growing Customer Success team in our Stratford-upon-Avon office. This is a technical, customer-facing role focused on helping businesses around the world adopt our product. Working with the customers finance and commercial teams, a successful applicant will enjoy using their numerical skills to understand complex business processes. As an entry-level implementation analyst, you will work alongside our experienced Customer Success Managers applying your problem-solving capabilities to design a
configured solution that meets the customers requirements. The onboarding process focuses on the features customers need to learn, based on the projects they aim to complete. This way, they can get up to speed as fast as possible and be one step closer to achieving their goals. Going above and beyond a customer simply making use of the product, we will continue pushing to maximize customer adoption. We want customers to end their legacy processes and become fully dependent on Enable for their financial processes. As part of the Customer Success team, you will be involved in the entire implementation process including delivery, training, validation, and ongoing support of the software once it has been adopted by the customer. The team manages Enables help center, producing new articles and video content, continually reviewing the current state of the help center, and identifying where improvements can be made. WHAT WE RE LOOKING FOR We are seeking someone who is driven to develop their
skills and is passionate about technology. This is an exciting role with excellent career and salary opportunities. To apply you must have a Bachelors degree in Mathematics, Physics, or another numerate subject with a first or 2:1 honours degree.