Services KPA Cover.....
If you are thinking of starting your own company, considering restructure or growth, then chances are you will need to do some business development.
Outsourcing processes, strategies, and tasks through KPA are intended to increase and expand opportunities or initiate business development activities that span into different departments within a company, such as project management, marketing, sales, account management, vendor management and product management.
Customer Service Consultant
KPA’s customer service philosophy is to embody three essential “P” qualities: professionalism, patience and a people's first attitude. KPA customer service consultant services can help companies exceed in; customer acquisition and retention of customers, improve policies and procedures, review problem areas and create strategies to initiate a far superior service, customer service training to increase employee communication, and help initiate a comprehensive program to provide 5-star customer support.
Project Execution Services
KPA Business solutions executives specialise in project execution, which provides unique and exclusive project execution management to businesses to enable companies to achieve their business goals. Our professional business solutions specialists will focus on initiating your projects strategy, manage the progress and performance ensuring the quick completion of all projects,
Sales Department Development
Backed by a team of experienced professionals, our sales department development services will help develop the processes, tools, and strategies needed to set up any department. We service small startups to large firms - and deliver lasting changes with measurable growth. Please get in touch with us today to learn how Katrina Phillips & Associates can help your future success.
KPA business solutions executives collectively hold skills in
* Lead generation
* Business Planning
* Report Writing
* Business Analytics
* Social Media Management
* Operations Management
* Sales and Customer Service