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Are You Fooling Yourself About Customer Retention?

Learn Why Many More Accounts Than You Know Are Likely At-Risk...and What You Can Do About It!

For over a decade, AskForensics has been working with many of the biggest and best-know companies in the world; conducting in-depth investigations and research to learn the truth about why multi-million dollar accounts are won or lost. And every year, they publish an informative research report to share some of what they've learned. In this Expert Interview, Rick Reynolds, the CEO of AskForensics, discusses their latest research and reveals a number of effective strategies for maintaining strong customer relationships and retaining your most valuable accounts.

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