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QueenSoopers closed a deal for $15k to the underwriting department

I’m a new AE (but not new to the company - got promoted beginning of September) and this is my “first” big deal selling our main solution (my department sells 2).

This was a current customer who was using our other solution but I did some digging and realized that I could save them ~$14k a year with our main solution. Did the numbers, ran a discovery and demo to ensure fit, and just got the contract back. All in all I think it took me about a month from start to finish.

This is my biggest deal yet so I’m stoked!! Not a huge banger like some of y’all are bringing in, but I should have another ~20k coming in by Friday so it’ll make for a good week. 15k is just the minimum set forth for the next year, and we’re expecting them to actually transact ~25-30k.

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