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Posted December 19, 2007
Not surprisingly, the author of this exhaustive guide to key account management is a professor: Noel Capon of the Columbia University Graduate School of Business. His meticulous manual on key account management certainly could be used to teach a course on the subject. He thoroughly explains why corporations turn to key account management to handle their biggest customers. He outlines the benefits to these firms and their clientele, covering every stage of the account management process: selection of clients, key account organization, recruitment, training, research, analysis, strategy, step-by-step action and implementation. Capon¿s liberal use of real-life stories, graphs, and examples of what works and what doesn¿t helps break up the dry, complex material. This reference book requires commitment and concentration, but we consider it essential reading for anyone in corporate sales and key account management, or for any sales manager who is considering a key account management system.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.