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As you prepare to take your business from your current state to your desired future state, begin with a thoughtful examination of your internal resources. Your staff, equipment, technology, and how well you integrate those three areas to solve client problems. This review should add clarity and help define your...
A strategic account review is designed to help you separate the good customers from the best customers, and remove clutter.