Accounts Management is about building a good relationship with clients for them to be loyal and gain a reputation for the business.They achieve this by understanding what the clients requirements are and completes it at a high standard. Another role is to attract as many clients into their business and building long term relationships with them.
What are Accounts Managers role?
Generate sales among client accounts, including upsetting and cross-selling
Operates as the point of contact for assigned customers
Develops and maintains long-term relationships with accounts
Makes sure clients receive requested products and services in a timely fashion
Communicates client needs and demands to employer company
Forecasts and tracks client account metrics
Manage projects within client relationships, working to carry out client goals while meeting company goals
Identifies opportunities to grow business with existing clients
Coordinate with staff members working on the same account to ensure consistent service
Collaborates with sales team to reach prospective clients
Service multiple clients concurrently, often meeting deadlines
Keep records of client transactions
How do you become an Accounts Manager?
You will need a degree in the following subjects:
Communication and Media Studies
What skills are required for the role of Account Manager?
Account Management Experience
Client-Focused Solutions Experience
What is the salary of Accounts Manager?
Newly graduated can start from £25,000. The average salary in the UK is £28,000 and the highest being £50,000. This excludes bonuses, profit sharing and commissions.
How can Future Connect Training help in becoming Accounts Manager?
The training will be done on Sage Accounts, Xero, QuickBooks; Excel by certified experienced professionals.
We encourage people who are new and have experience in the field to join the course to develop their skills; understanding to become an Accounts Manager.