Customer Success Manager (Sales Account Manager)

DealerSocket makes it simple for automotive dealerships to manage opportunities and create processes through proactive software technology.


The Customer Success Manager is responsible for driving the success of DealerSocket products and services. The Customer Success Manager is focused on customer retention and upselling accounts on additional products and services that drive results.


  • Complete simple to moderately complex tasks related to the satisfaction and retention of current DealerSocket customers
  • Own overall relationship with assigned clients, including increasing adoption, ensuring satisfaction and retention and creating opportunities to introduce other DealerSocket products
  • Establish a trusted strategic advisor relationship with each assigned client to drive continued value of our products and services
  • Advocate for the customer including resolution of issues and push for product improvements
  • Assist customer in achieving their goals through the establishment of agreed-upon performance metrics that are defined, agreed upon and measurable
  • Work independently with minimal direction

And other duties as assigned



  • 3+ years of experience working directly with customers, preferably in a sales related role
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Experience presenting both to groups and one-on-one
  • Demonstrated communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively over the phone


  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
  • Experience in the automotive industry
  • Experience with Salesforce


  • Position may require travel – up to 10%

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