Our business contributor program.

Capitalize on your network and earn an attractive finder’s fee by identifying, qualifying and relaying business prospects for AssessFirst.

How does it work?

Have you identified a business opportunity with a SME or key account that might be interested in AssessFirst? Send us the details once you’ve qualified their needs and identified the decision-makers. If we enter into an agreement within 6 months, you will receive a finder’s fee corresponding to 20% of the client’s annual subscription for the first year.

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Identify the need.

Each project begins with a need. Leads can be identified by actively prospecting companies or through spontaneous interactions with members of your network!

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Qualify the lead.

Make sure you gather all the information necessary to assess the project: What issues is the prospective client facing? What is the scope of the project? What is the estimated timeline? Who will decide? What are their contact details?

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Relay the prospect.

Once you’ve collected all the necessary data, you simply need to send it our way using the dedicated form. You simply need to include your business contributor ID number.

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Get your wire transfer.

Once AssessFirst closes the sale and the client’s payment is processed, you will receive a wire transfer within 30 days for an amount corresponding to 20% of the first year of the client’s yearly subscription.

Ready to start?

Almost anyone! The only requirement is you must be able to issue an invoice for the business contribution services that you will perform for AssessFirst. This means you have legally declared your company or your self-employment status.

No, not necessarily. However, we highly recommend. Among other things, it will allow you to demo the product for prospects without having to systematically request the assistance of the AssessFirst sales team.

Anyone can be a potential client: A neighbor who works in HR and has discussed their work, a friend who runs a small business or an SME and who is looking to hire, a contact on LinkedIn who needs help choosing a solution…

To find new potential clients, the most effective method is to talk about AssessFirst as often as possible. Whether its with friends, family or professional acquaintances, it’s highly likely that someone in your network will be interested in AssessFirst!

Some of our business contributors attend conferences and networking events, others post on LinkedIn or Twitter. Whatever method you chose, the main thing is to find a system that you feel comfortable with and that works for you!

No, we don’t set caps on commissions. Your finder’s fees will be determined solely by your capacity to identify relevant projects, qualify them accurately, and relay them promptly to our team (specially to avoid the client picking a different solution in the meantime).

Commissions are paid in full to contributors by AssessFirst within 30 days after processing the payment from the end client.

No, there is not minimum required contribution, whether in number of projects or in the amount of profit perceived by closed sales. If you so wish, you can become a business contributor for one sole project.

Ready to start?

Here are the answers to some of the frequently asked questions about our business contributor program.

Almost anyone! The only requirement is you must be able to issue an invoice for the business contribution services that you will perform for AssessFirst. This means you have legally declared your company or your self-employment status.

No, not necessarily. However, we highly recommend. Among other things, it will allow you to demo the product for prospects without having to systematically request the assistance of the AssessFirst sales team.

Anyone can be a potential client: A neighbor who works in HR and has discussed their work, a friend who runs a small business or an SME and who is looking to hire, a contact on LinkedIn who needs help choosing a solution…

To find new potential clients, the most effective method is to talk about AssessFirst as often as possible. Whether its with friends, family or professional acquaintances, it’s highly likely that someone in your network will be interested in AssessFirst!

Some of our business contributors attend conferences and networking events, others post on LinkedIn or Twitter. Whatever method you chose, the main thing is to find a system that you feel comfortable with and that works for you!

No, we don’t set caps on commissions. Your finder’s fees will be determined solely by your capacity to identify relevant projects, qualify them accurately, and relay them promptly to our team (specially to avoid the client picking a different solution in the meantime).

Commissions are paid in full to contributors by AssessFirst within 30 days after processing the payment from the end client.

No, there is not minimum required contribution, whether in number of projects or in the amount of profit perceived by closed sales. If you so wish, you can become a business contributor for one sole project.

Questions?

If you still have questions after reading our FAQ, drop us a line so we can help!