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# Account Manager Interview Questions in San Jose, CA

"When interviewing for an account owner position, be prepared to speak to your skills in communications, marketing, and client relations. Employers will be interested in your ability to create long lasting relationships with clients and generate sales for a portfolio of accounts. Your interviewer may test your abilities with a role play question, so be prepared to give a mock sales pitch to a difficult client."

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Jan 10, 2011
 * Given an array of numbers. Create another array that contains * the product of all the members in the array except the current * element. For example, if you have an array of 3 elements such as: * * A[0] = 2 * A[1] = 4 * A[2] = 6 * * Then the resulting array will be * B[0] = 24 * B[1] = 12 * B[2] = 8 *10 Answerspublic class GoogleInterviewQuestion { public int[] computeProds(int[] intArray) { int product = 1; int[] prods = new int[intArray.length]; for (int i = 0; i < intArray.length; i++) { product *= intArray[i]; } for (int i = 0; i < intArray.length; i++) { prods[i] = product / intArray[i]; } return prods; } public static void main (int argc, String argv[]) { GoogleInterviewQuestion giq = new GoogleInterviewQuestion(); int array[] = {2, 4, 6, 8, 10}; int prods[] = giq.computeProds(array); }def m(arr): new_arr = [] for current in arr: diff = set(arr).difference([current]) r = reduce(lambda x,y: x*y, diff) new_arr.append(r) return new_arrOr even better: def ComputeProds(arr): return [reduce(lambda x,y: x*y, set(arr).difference([c])) for c in arr]Show More ResponsesHere is the best answer: int product = 1; for(int i=0;i< A.length;i++){ product *= A[i]; } for(int i=0;i< A.length;i++){ B[i] = product/A[i]; }Watch out for division by 0! Just multiply by 1 or skip over.More than division by 0, it will fail if any element of original array is 0. All elements of resultant array will be 0? While one element dosent need to be 0.public class ArrayOperations { public static void main(String[] args){ ArrayOperations test = new ArrayOperations(); int[] values = {12, 4, 9, 16, 20, 5, 1 }; values = test.multiplyExclusive(values); for(int i=0; i1. Cases are - no cell is zero, only one cell is zero - results in all zeros but that, more than one is zero - results in all zeros public class Main{ public static void main(String[] args){ //every cell holds multi of int[] input = {1,2,1,4,0,5}; int times_zero = 0 ;//if 1, all are zero but that one, if above, all are zero int[] ans = new int[input.length]; int prod_with_zero,prod_wo_zero = 1; int i; for(i=0;ipublic class Main{ public static void main(String[] args){ //every cell holds multi of int[] input = {1,2,1,4,4,5}; int times_zero = 0 ;//if 1, all are zero but that one, if above, all are zero int[] ans = new int[input.length]; int prod_wo_zero = 1; int i; for(i=0;ipublic static void run(){ List nums = Arrays.asList(5,1,2,3); List result = new ArrayList(); int partial = 1; for (int i = 0; i< nums.size();i++){ for (int j = 0; j< nums.size();j++){ if (j != i){ partial = partial * nums.get(j); } } result.add(partial); partial = 1; } for (int num : result) System.out.println(num); }

Aug 16, 2012
 How do you build an algorithm to check for two files with identical content in the most efficient way4 AnswersFirst compare the size of the file. If the size is same then compare the contents of the filesuse Signature method such as MD5 or SHA-1, and compare the result:)Use a checksum ?Show More ResponsesCheck size and checksum.

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### Senior Enterprise Account Manager at Automation Anywhere was asked...

Mar 13, 2019
 Do you know what Enterprise account is?1 AnswerDoesn't matter anymore. Save it for the right people to hear about..

Jul 8, 2010
 Do you think we make more money from Adwords or AdSense2 AnswersAdwords - the user is searching for something and is more likely to click, much higher click-thru rates.(Impression) * (CTR) (Impression) = (# of webpages in the world) * (proportion of websites mature enough to have ads) * (average # of visits per webpage mature enough to have ads) = (60B * 1/3 * 1/6) * (1/10) * (200) = 66B (Impression) = (# of people who search on Google everyday) * (average # of queries per person) * (average # of ads per query) = (60B * 1/3 * 1/2) * (120 * 2) * 1/5 = 240B 4X difference in impression CTR High intention of browsing website, not clicking because usually want to stay in website. High intention of clicking on search result. Little overhead in being redirected to other sites. So more CTR. Ad word wins on both.

May 16, 2011
 What is the best way to distribute accounts to your account managers?1 AnswerVery good open ended question. i think they were looking for an answer beyond volume, revenue, industry, size, location, geography, etc.

### Senior Account Manager at AT&T was asked...

Feb 6, 2013
 what bad sales experience did you have and what did you learn from it to improve your success the next time?1 Answera customer went to a competitor because our pricing was not competitive and we did not pay enough attention to their daily needs.

### Arborist Account Manager at Cagwin & Dorward was asked...

May 3, 2015
 Experience at Sales1 AnswerI found this one question confusing because at a former job I did sales for forty plus hours a week. I learned at second interview that they were asking for unsolicited sales experience rather than request for proposals.

### Channel Sales Account Manager at NEC Corporation of America was asked...

Nov 14, 2016
 What business relationships I was going to be able to bring into the organization to effect the central region.1 AnswerI laid out an entire plan with the very good and large scale partnerships that I had in place and I was assured I would be supported in my efforts, which did not happen.
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