Max Travis joined DebtBook in June of 2022 as an Account Executive in the sales department. He was recently promoted to Senior Partner Account Executive, where he can take on a new challenge with his nine years of sales experience. Outside of work, Max loves to watch football and spend time with his two children.
Learn more about Max Travis
Continue reading for a Q&A with our Senior Partner Account Executive!
Q: Tell us about your role here at DebtBook.
A: I started with DebtBook as an Account Executive working directly with public finance teams to help address needs around debt, lease, and/or subscription management. Now, I am taking my learnings and applying them to help engage with professional partners across the southeast to build relationships with accounting firms, financial advisors, and other partners who provide value to public finance teams.
Q: What do you enjoy about working at DebtBook?
A: Coming from a different industry (healthcare), I enjoyed the challenge of adapting to the software industry; especially with a focus in finance. Every day provides a unique opportunity to introduce our platform to a new partner or a direct client. I greatly enjoy seeing our clients ability to leverage the DebtBook platform and relieve some of the burdens that come with compliance or debt management.
Q: Tell us about what you enjoy doing outside of work.
A: Most weekends you will find me in the yard working on a project, or trying to keep up with my children as they roam around. I enjoy having the opportunity to toil with my hands, or laughing as my children run laps around me with whatever new game they come up with that day.
Q: What did you want to be when you grew up?
A: A geologist. I had an affinity for rocks and how they were created. That soon passed as I found out how much I liked getting to know people, which is why sales has been a better fit for me.
Q: What’s your favorite thing about being an Account Executive?
A: Part of working with clients is trying to understand their specific needs for their team and organization. Oftentimes it can be a puzzle. As an Account Executive, I have the opportunity to put all the pieces together and help solve their problems.
Q: Is there a book, podcast, or other learning tool you recommend to engineering professionals?
A: Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive is a book I recommend. My father gave me a copy of this book years ago, and it provided a great perspective on work ethic.
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