There is often a perception in sales that the smallest accounts are not worth the time and effort to obtain the small amount of sales they provide. But a shift in how these customers are served can result in a significant improvement to the bottom line.
This article includes:
- Three approaches for increasing revenue and margin while reducing cost with smaller customers
- How to identify greater opportunity with existing customers
- How to improve pricing strategy with small customers
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