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Business Operations Analyst - Payments

Storable is looking for a Business Operations Analyst to work with our Payments operations, sales, marketing and finance organizations, the teams that provides best in class payments processing services to our software clients. With billions of dollars flowing through Storable software, this role will oversee a critical piece of our business. The core of this role is to lead the analysis of our payments products - performance, opportunities for growth, ways to improve the client experience, and partnerships. This role operates within our Business Operations team -- the strategic hub of our operations.

 

We’re looking for someone who can confidently and autonomously build a new function within our existing analyst team. Are you up for the challenge?

 

What you will do everyday:

 

  • Review and analyze the overall payments portfolio across all Storable payments providers.

  • Provide oversight of all partner relationships, confirming Storable and partners are meeting expectations.

  • Forecast and measure impact of pricing changes, new sales strategies and other margin impacting activity.

  • Collaborate with Payments leadership to organize, monitor, and assess the value and potential next steps of strategic initiatives.

  • Create, monitor, and analyze required dashboards so business leaders across Payments team can make informed decisions.

  • Recommend, scope, and sometimes implement changes to processes or systems to improve the efficiency, measurability, or effectiveness of day to day operations.

What you need to bring to the table:

  • 3+ years of relevant Analyst experience

  • Strong analytical skills, specifically with Salesforce’s reporting system and large data sets

  • Exceptional verbal and written communication and presentation skills

  • Ability to coordinate, organize, and execute on objectives with minimal oversight.

  • Flexibility and nimbleness - Storable is a fast-moving company, so our sales tactics, product offering, and overall strategy might pivot. We’re looking for someone who is excited by rapid growth, and eager to adapt our sales processes accordingly

Bonus points

  • Salesforce administration

  • Familiarity with payments industry

  • Experience working at an ISO or Payment Facilitator

Benefits and Perks:

  • Generous health coverage for you and your family, including short and long term disability coverage, 401(k) and HSA matching, company-provided life insurance, and more.
  • Instant-Access & Flexible vacation. We trust you, so we have a ‘take what you need’ vacation policy. No waiting to use it or need for accruals.
  • Unlimited snacks, Our break areas stocked to the brim with cereal, snacks, La Croix, soda, Red Bull, coffee, and more to keep you going throughout the day.
  • We're dog friendly! Bring your pooch to work at any of our offices.
  • Enjoy weekly catered lunches and chef-made meals at the office.
  • Take a break and play foosball, Nintendo 64, ping pong, shuffleboard, pinball, or darts in our spacious cafeterias and break rooms.
  • Get active in the community by joining one of our many quarterly offsite volunteer and community service events.
  • Fun company events, including Halloween costume contests, ugly sweater competitions, baseball game outings, ice cream socials, food trucks, and more.

Storable is committed to providing equal employment opportunity (EEO) to all persons regardless of age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. In addition, Storable will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.

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