Recently, C3 Tech filled their Sales Manager role by promoting Scott Sanchez, a driven and determined employee with a heart for connecting with people. In talking with Scott, we got to learn more about his climb to where he is today, how he feels his role impacts C3 Tech, and who he is when the Sales Manager hat comes off.
Scott began his path at C3 Tech as an Account Manager. “I first heard of C3 Tech from one of my mentors who is well established in the tech industry. He told me about a highly reputable company with a great leadership team who really valued training, development, and personal growth. It only took a couple interviews and I was hired as an Account Executive!” When he settled into this new position, he realized it was exactly what he was looking for.
“My lifelong passion for technology and natural ability to build trust with people made this position a natural fit for me.”
After a year and a half of success, hard-work, and dedication Scott was promoted to Senior Account Executive.
“My appetite for growth didn’t stop after that. I focused on developing myself as well as those around me. When my peers would win, I would win, and this led to a deep sense of accomplishment.”
After 10 months as Senior Account Executive, Scott has been promoted again to his current role as Sales Manager.
“I have been the Sales Manager for 6 months now and I am focused intently on developing and growing my team to assist businesses throughout Orange County solve their managed IT, cloud data storage, and cybersecurity problems while helping them strategize and be prepared for the future.”
When asked, Scott explained a little further the importance of what he does and what he feels the future can hold for cybersecurity and C3 Tech.
“Everyday I support and strategize with my sales team around ways C3 Tech is helping businesses improve network security and reliability, and acquire the most cost-effective and efficient technology in the market -all delivered with C3 Tech world-class customer service.” Understanding his value, Scott continued, “My role has a direct effect on the future of C3 tech’s growth. By assisting and developing my team to find solution oriented business owners that are actively looking to improve their office technology systems and processes, we are not only providing a valuable service to our clients, but also growing C3 Tech.”
Scott has a clear path for the future which requires the success of his peers and the development of his department.
“My vision for the future of C3 is to continue to scale and widen the range of support we offer our clients. I envision opening more locations and finding more channel partners who offer the latest and greatest technology products and services.” C3 Tech has a reputation in Orange County for delivering technology solutions and support with white-glove world class service. Scott lives this mission everyday while still looking forward, “As technology continues to improve, it is important to stay at the forefront and align yourself with partners who share the same vision.”
In fact, Scott explained they are currently expanding their salesforce, “We are currently in the process of hiring self-motivated account executives who strive to deliver the highest level of customer service and support. Sales experience is great to have but is not the deciding factor. I look for people who will truly love our culture and who are driven to develop their personal skill sets.”
The success of his department is crucial, and Scott has thought through this as well. “For my team, I intend on continuing the path of growth that we have been experiencing. My focus is to hire more talented individuals who are looking to develop themselves both personally and professionally.”
Scott is a true adventurer who loves basketball, baseball, and football. He enjoys spending time outdoors with his family, hunting for exciting new restaurants with his girlfriend, and even a few rounds of golf with close friends on the weekend.
“C3 stands for Client Centric Consulting, which means that we always put our customers first and move mountains to make sure they are satisfied.”