An account manager is responsible for maintaining and growing a relationship with an assigned group of customers (accounts). They will typically be assigned to the same set of accounts throughout the lifetime of a business relationship. In that time, account managers will be responsible for deeply understanding a customer's needs, helping customers get the most of the existing products they have purchased, and increasing revenue by introducing an account contact to new products or services.
There are many types of account managers, including technical account managers, strategic account managers and enterprise account managers. Despite the differences in job titles, most account managers share a few core attributes, including: an ability to easily build rapport with a wide variety of clients, a knack for understanding a customer's core needs even when not expressed directly, and a good sense for how and when to pitch a client new products or services.See Job Listings Get Job Alerts
Below is the expected Account Manager salary range in your area as well as the salary range in top paying cities.
Account Manager salaries can vary widely across companies. Here are some of the top paying companies you should consider.