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Account Planning is an essential part of managing your business relationships and creating growth.
Every sales account can be listed under one of three headings:
Most accounts fall under the first one, Transactional where you are happy to continue taking their orders and supplying them your product or service. Others can be considered strategic, where both parties can benefit from a more advanced relationship.
Now imagine if you could decide which direction your account was to take in the future, that you can take your account into the unknown and maximise not only your own profits but those of your accounts.
This is where our Transformational Account Development comes into play, moving your account from transactional or strategic towards YOUR vision for the future. Supporting them to raise their game while cementing a long lasting relationship that can only benefit their company and more importantly your bottom line.
This workshop shows how to create Transformational Account Development Plans which as the name suggest will transform your accounts to ensure that both you and your client get the most out of the relationship.
During this workshop we will analyse a real account that you are responsible for, and over the day help you devise plans and strategies to develop this account to it’s maximum potential.
You will leave with clear objectives on how to improve and grow your accounts moving forward in your FY14/15 planning.
What is a Transformational Account Development Plan (TADP)?
A TADP is built from six parts which we have developed to ensure that you can get the most from your account relationships. These are:
We use this methodology around the world on accounts worth billions and see excellent results from it every time.
“I really enjoyed the day and it was delivered brilliantly. More importantly, I left feeling more motivated and couldn’t wait to try out the new techniques I learnt” Jas, Geopost UK