ITA Spotlight: Sarita Muley, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Q-Centrix
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Posted by: Abbey Kwiat
Sarita Muley, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Q-Centrix
Chicagoan by birth or relocation? If you relocated, what brought you to Chicago? If you’re a Chicago native, why did you stay?
I was born in Chicago but have lived in couple different cities, including Orlando, Seattle, and Pittsburgh. While each city I’ve lived in has had unique experiences, I’ve had the most affinity for Chicago. My favorite parts of Chicago are the diverse food options, multiple bookstores, the arts and music scene, and a public transportation system that lets me explore different neighborhoods easily.
Out of all the positions you've held, which one is the most interesting?
My current role at Q-Centrix has been the most interesting. My prior work was not within the healthcare industry, so coming to Q-Centrix allowed me to learn more about the challenges hospitals face and how technology will play a big role in resolving those. Additionally, working at a fast-growing company such as Q-Centrix has helped refine my marketing and leadership skills at a quicker rate than prior companies in my career. I’m constantly learning in this role.
What about Q-Centrix was appealing?
The work that Q-Centrix does- removing the burden of abstraction from hospitals- allows clinicians to focus more time on optimizing patient care. I loved the opportunity to work with a company that is truly helping hospitals improve patient outcomes.
Which of your projects has been the most impactful?
A major part of my role is to educate the sales team on our latest product updates and provide them the positioning when selling to different buyer profiles. In 2019, my team and I implemented weekly training sessions that covered a range of topics. These sessions not only improved the sales team’s understanding of our initiatives but also provided the field knowledge to enhance collateral/internal sales tools.
What do you like most about Q-Centrix?
The best part of my job is the company culture. Everyone I’ve worked with is knowledgeable, friendly, and collaborative. I have an opportunity to work on a wide variety of challenging projects. I particularly appreciate the opportunity to work with variety of people, ranging from the VP of Operations to the Business Development Representatives to Product Managers.
If money was no object, what would your dream job be?
I would own a bookstore with my friends. I love reading and talking about books, so owning a bookstore would be a great way to turn a hobby into a job.
What is your earliest childhood memory of technology in your life?
My earliest memory of technology was using the old Apple computers with the floppy disks. I remember playing a game that required using basic programming language to move a turtle to make designs.