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Smyrna, GA, United States, 2013/04/29 - Rick Reynolds, CEO of AskForensics, has been invited to speak at the Sales Associationís National Sales Conference in Denver, Colorado, June 6 - AskForensics.com.
Rick Reynolds, CEO of AskForensics, a sales consulting firm that uses a forensic science approach to sales, will be speaking at the Sales Associationís National Sales Conference, held in Denver, Colorado, June 6, 2013. The theme of this yearís conference is,ďIt's About Performance: The Art of Sales." Attendees will learn how to improve sales performance by perfecting the art of sales.
Reynolds is a co-founding partner and CEO of AskForensics, which assists Fortune-ranked companies in winning and retaining multi-million dollar accounts. Reynolds is an expert in business forensics, having led hundreds of investigations over a 24-year period to help clients identify company strengths and weaknesses as it relates to sales growth and account retention.
Reynoldsí presentation, entitled,"How to Fortify and Grow Critical Accounts," will address the often undetected, not-so-obvious cracks in client relationships that put critical client accounts at risk. The presentation will feature data from the AskForensics Knowledgebaseô, which includes sales and account retention data from more than $10.6 billion dollars worth of contracts and proposals, over $3.3 billion of which profiles at-risk accounts.
Fellow speakers include Gary Walker, Bob Vanourek, Marcia Gauger, Bill Stinnett, Kurt Shaver, Mark Hunter, Joe Thurman, John Genell, and Sharyl Davis.
AskForensics (askforensics.com) assists Fortune-ranked companies in winning and retaining multi-million dollar accounts. Using a forensic science approach to sales, AskForensics has been delivering objective insight into what's really happening behind the scenes with prospects and customers for more than 24 years. AskForensics has evaluated more than $10.6 billion worth of prospect and client accounts for world-class Fortune-ranked companies, identifying more than $3.3 billion of vulnerable accounts and generating millions of dollars in ROI for its clients. Clients include FedEx, ARAMARK, Equifax, Marriott, and Coca-Cola.