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Navy
10-13-2006, 03:46 AM
What is everyone doing for sales leads, I want to get a feel for what else is out there. we get $25 - $50 but sometimes that doesn't seem like much. anyone getting big bucks or doing anything creative.

Mr Spock
10-13-2006, 12:49 PM
Where I work it is 25,35,50 depending on cost/size of machine. Also if the customer buys more than one machine the tech only gets tip lead on one of the machines.

kyoceradude
10-13-2006, 02:16 PM
What is everyone doing for sales leads.

We give our Techs 2% of the gross sale. 1% comes from the company the other 1% comes from the Sales Rep. Needless to say if the deal is real thin that amount goes down. Also, you have to fight tooth and nail to make sure you follow up. Otherwise, the Rep will try to screw you out of your Tip Lead. (like that never happens.:eek: )

Techlady
10-13-2006, 06:14 PM
We pay 5.00 for the lead itself... if machine is placed, it is 25 - 85 - depending on segment.

Ctl-Alt-Del
10-16-2006, 07:19 PM
What is everyone doing for sales leads, I want to get a feel for what else is out there. we get $25 - $50 but sometimes that doesn't seem like much. anyone getting big bucks or doing anything creative.

$25, $50, or $100 depending on the size of the machine. The sales rep pays half out of his comissions and the house pays the other half. It works OK.

Project Warder
10-17-2006, 06:57 AM
I get nothing for any of the machines i sell/install :cry: But im working for a large company that only has some 5 techs in almost 300 branches. We aren't a common position and only come from company take-overs. So there is no provision for a service technician :(

10871087
10-19-2006, 04:26 AM
I get nothing for any of the machines i sell/install :cry: But im working for a large company that only has some 5 techs in almost 300 branches. We aren't a common position and only come from company take-overs. So there is no provision for a service technician :(

Do you work for a copeir dealer or are you an in-house tech for a company that does other stuff. IE: Banking, insurance, Etc.

Project Warder
10-19-2006, 05:35 AM
Well, both. Its an office supplies company normally, and when they bought this branch into the company, it had techs already. I have been employed a few years later, but thats only because the company makes a heap of money from having me here. We are still dealers for Kyocera and Sharp, though, offering levels of support for HP, Canon, Brother, and a few others. Reading what other people get offered as part of their jobs really makes me want to find somewhere that does pay me extra for extra things. I might be changing state and all that soon, so it could happen.

Sgt. Hulka
10-20-2006, 03:33 PM
We get 25 or 50 dollars depending on what sells.

pbbsinc
06-20-2007, 03:29 AM
I pay my techs $100 for under 30cpm, $200 for 30-45, & $300 for 50cpm & up

skirt_chaser
07-17-2007, 05:49 PM
We get 2% of the net sale, less trades. About $150 for the average machine, and you have to fight to get it.

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