Senior Alliances Partner Manager (GSI)

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Senior Alliances Partner Manager (GSI)

At Adyen, over 40% of deals that go live involve a partner. The Partnership’s Team five year plan is to continue to accelerate our growth curve and get that number well north of 70%. To help drive this five year mission we are seeking an experienced Senior Alliances Partner Manager to spearhead the expansion of Adyen’s Alliance Partnerships program in North America (US & Canada). 

In this pivotal role, you will be entrusted with cultivating and expanding relationships with GSIs. The ideal candidate will possess a comprehensive understanding of how payments integrate into these diverse landscapes and will strategically collaborate to maximize mutual benefits with partners operating in these domains. With a blend of business and product expertise, you will proactively identify, develop, and nurture this key strategic channel for Adyen. 

As a vital member of our team, you will play a role in driving enterprise pipeline growth for the sales organization and contributing to the acceleration of our overall business growth trajectory. If you thrive in a dynamic and collaborative environment and have a proven track record in medium to long tail partner management, we invite you to bring your ideas and initiatives to our ambitious team.

What you’ll do

  • Develop and execute a comprehensive partner management strategy aimed at nurturing strong relationships with GSIs, driving market expansion, and revenue growth acceleration
  • Serve as the primary point of contact between Adyen and GSIs, ensuring seamless communication and fostering collaboration
  • Lead the recruitment, onboarding, training, and ongoing support of GSIs to ensure their effective representation and delivery of Adyen’s solutions
  • Collaborate closely with GSIs to devise joint go-to-market strategies, co-marketing campaigns, sales empowerment initiatives, and industry-specific solutions
  • Drive negotiation and administration of partnership agreements, ensuring mutual benefit, legal compliance, and alignment with Adyen's strategic goals
  • Work with cross-functional teams, including sales, marketing, product development, and legal, to ensure a unified approach to GSI partnership success
  • Establish and maintain a robust system for performance metrics and evaluation, continuously optimizing GSI partnership performance
  • Engage key stakeholders within GSIs to understand their needs, address challenges, and gather feedback to enhance the partnership offering
  • Conduct regular business reviews with GSIs to ensure alignment on objectives, performance metrics, and strategic endeavors
  • Stay updated on industry trends, competitor strategies, and market dynamics to uphold Adyen's competitive advantage in GSI partnerships

Who you are

  • Experience building partnerships with GSIs or consultants focused on the payments or fintech space
  • 8-10+ years of experience in a direct partnerships or alliances facing role
  • Ability to think and operate like an entrepreneur, a go-getter mentality
  • Ability to see the bigger picture in channel management using a global and commercial mindset
  • Flexible, professional, accurate and structured
  • Excellent organizational skills as we are a flat organization with a lot of autonomy
  • This role is based out of our San Francisco or New York office
  • You have full professional proficiency (written and verbal) in English 

Other details:

  • Based in San Francisco or New York
  • Domestic and International travel required
  • The base salary range for this role is $150,000-$195,000; to learn more about our compensation philosophy, please click here.

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If you are excited about this role, apply by clicking the link below. We can’t wait to meet you!

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