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16 days ago

Contracts Manager - Sales

CDW Shelton, CT

Manage contract(s) for the Corporate segment within CDW Sales Key Areas of Responsibility • Provide program management support for special… CDW

12 days ago

Sales Manager - State & Local

CDW Shelton, CT

The Sales Manager is responsible for leading an inside team of Account Managers within a specific sales segment, meeting and exceeding sales and… CDW

5 days ago

Sales - Entry Level - Inside

CDW Shelton, CT

Are you interested in starting or expanding your sales career with People Who Get IT? At CDW, we Get IT. Our dedicated inside sales representatives… CDW

12 days ago

Field Solution Architect - Cisco Networking K - 12

CDW Shelton, CT

This position is part of CDW's Network Solutions Practice, a provider to our clients for network infrastructure solutions including… CDW

9 days ago

Contract Analyst

CDW Shelton, CT

• Assists in the preparation of contract modifications for price reductions, price increases, addition of product, discontinuance of product, product… CDW

4 days ago

Proposal Support Specialist

CDW Shelton, CT

The Proposal & Contract Support Specialist (PCSS) is responsible for reviewing, analyzing, scoring, logging, tracking and assigning customer… CDW

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    Great launching pad or career if it's what you want

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    Former Employee - Senior Account Manager  in  Shelton, CT (US)
    Former Employee - Senior Account Manager in Shelton, CT (US)

    I worked at CDW full-time for more than 5 years


    There is a great opportunity to make a lot of money, not travel and work 8-5. There is also opportunity for lateral movement to other departments or getting into one of the partners. It all depends what you want to do and making it happen.


    It gets boring. You do the same thing most of the time and it can get annoying feeling like you're a customer service rep at times. Additionally, there can be a bit of a frat mentality.

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    More focus and development on remote offices.

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