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Glocomms: A Specialist Enterprise Solutions Talent Partner

If you're seeking world-class Enterprise Solutions talent for your organization, look no further. Our expert team, based in the City of London, specializes in recruitment and hiring for the Enterprise Solutions jobs market across the UK and Europe. As businesses grow larger, software requirements become increasingly diverse. That's where we come in.

The global Enterprise Solutions software market is experiencing exponential growth, with year-on-year expansion consistently surpassing 10 percent. In fact, it's the fastest growing segment in the IT industry.

Don't miss out on tapping into this thriving market. Our team of specialist consultants is ready to connect you with top talent in the Enterprise Solutions field. Contact us today to discuss your recruitment needs and seize the opportunities that lie ahead.

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Benefits of working with us

Our Enterprise Solutions recruitment specialists help growing technology businesses source the right go-to-market strategy talent, manage the hiring process, and facilitate onboarding. With multi-lingual language support, we provide international recruitment expertise to secure business-critical talent across Europe.

Our recruitment benefits


We have a decade’s worth of Enterprise Solutions experience as a leading technology talent partner.


A vast, global network of the best, in-demand Enterprise Solutions talent.


Our award-winning talent specialists offer bespoke, tailored guidance on the latest hiring trends.

At Glocomms, we are dedicated to cultivating lasting partnerships grounded in trust, honesty, and shared prosperity. Our commitment lies in delivering bespoke solutions that align with your unique business needs and Enterprise Solutions recruitment preferences. Whether you seek immediate placement for pivotal roles or require long-term strategic talent acquisition solutions, our arsenal of resources and expertise ensures successful outcomes. Share your job opening with us today.

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Enterprise Solutions Jobs

At Glocomms, we're excited about the future of Enterprise Solutions, teeming with opportunities driven by new technology. We encourage you to visit our Enterprise Solutions jobs to explore the cutting-edge roles we're filling in this transformative sector. Shape tomorrow's tech world with us; your future begins at Glocomms.

Director of Sales

Job Title: Director of Sales Company: Glocomms Location: Austin,Texas About Us: Were a cutting-edge technology company specializing in AI-driven data processing and document automation solutions. Our innovative products empower businesses to streamline their operations, enhance efficiency, and unlock the full potential of their data. Position Overview: We are seeking a dynamic and results-driven Director of Sales to come in as an Individual Contributor to build our business and develop a sales team. The ideal candidate will have a strong hunter mentality, sales leadership, and a proven track record of success. Responsibilities: Develop and execute strategic sales plans to achieve company revenue goals. Lead and mentor the sales team, fostering a high-performance culture. Identify and cultivate relationships with key decision-makers in target industries. Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure alignment between sales, marketing, and product development. Stay current on industry trends, competitive landscape, and customer needs. Provide regular sales forecasts, reports, and updates to senior management. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Business, Marketing, or a related field; MBA is a plus. Proven experience in a senior sales leadership role, with a focus on AI or technology solutions. Strong understanding of data processing and document automation technologies. Excellent communication, negotiation, and presentation skills. Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders. Results-oriented mindset with a track record of exceeding sales targets. Benefits: Competitive salary and performance-based incentives. Comprehensive health, dental, and vision insurance. 401(k) retirement plan with company matching. Flexible work hours and remote work options. Professional development opportunities.

US$150000 - US$300000 per year

Senior Frontend Architect (React - Headless)

A luxury jeweller in France is looking for a Senior Frontend Architect to support a long term e-commerce headless build project. At the moment they have Salesforce Commerce Cloud for their e-commerce platform, but they want to build a composable/headless site with React and Next.Js on the frontend, Salesforce Commerce Cloud on the backend and other tools plugged in such as: CMS, Search, PIM, etc. We are looking for someone who has extensive architecture experience and knows React.Js to a very high degree. The other skills desired are: Experience working in a fast paced consulting environment Previous e-commerce experience Experience working with CMS platforms Ability to communicate with business and tech team Ability to draw diagrams and guide developers Estimations This conditions for this role are as follows: Location: Remote Duration: 1 year Language: English Hours: 40 per week Start date: ASAP Engagement: B2B/Freelance If this could be interesting please apply today and we will organise a one round interview with the customer!


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