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Client Management -
As an account manager, a lot of your job is managing client demand and expectations. This can be difficult, because sometimes clients will want things that are not possible, or they might not be happy with what you are able to provide. It is your job to try to keep everyone happy, but that is not always easy. You might have to deal with a lot of frustrated clients, and it can be tough to keep up with everything. 

Managing internal team -
There's no pain quite like being an account manager. You're constantly dealing with people, managing internal team dynamics, and trying to keep everyone happy. It's a lot of pressure, and it can be tough to keep everything running smoothly.  

Maintain contract compliance -
A large part of this job is to make sure that our company is in compliance with all of the contracts that we have in place. It leads to a lot of work, and it can be very stressful to keep track of everything. Additionally, if there is ever a problem with contract compliance, it is the account manager's responsibility to fix the issue and make sure that our company is in compliance again. This can be a lot of pressure, and it can be very stressful. 

Team Challenges -
Account manager often finds themselves in the middle of team dynamics and challenges. On one hand, they need to be able to effectively manage and motivate my team. On the other hand, they need to be able to work well with other teams in order to get the best results for our clients. This can be a difficult balance to achieve, and it often requires a lot of patience and understanding.  

Lack of insights -
One of the main pain points is lack of insights from clients and contractors. This can lead to a lot of guesswork and trial and error when trying to find solutions to problems. Without accurate information or exact insights, it can be difficult to identify root causes of issues and develop effective solutions. In addition, account managers may also find it difficult to keep up with the ever-changing needs of clients and contractors. This can lead to stress and frustration. 

Lack of invoice status -
The most frustrating things is not knowing the status of an invoice. Is it pending? On hold? It would be so much easier if there was a way to quickly and easily check the status of an invoice.

Lack of Visibility -
The of the most problematic things can be a lack of visibility into the performance of the recruiter. This can make it difficult to know how well the recruiter is doing and where improvements may be needed. Additionally, it can be frustrating when there is a need for more communication or training from the recruiter, but the account manager is unable to provide it due to a lack of visibility. 


Decision Making -
An account manager is responsible for maintaining financial records and developing reports to help the company make informed decisions. This system plays a vital in any organization as it provides the transparency needed to make any important decisions for the account  mangers at all levels.

Easy to access -
The ease of accessing an account manager varies depending on the company's accounting system. This system allows direct access to the account manager's records, while others may require the use of an administrator password. In either case, the account manager should be able to provide easy access to their records so that the company can make informed financial decisions. 

Easy to investigate -
The account manager can easily investigate any discrepancies that may arise. By reconciling the accounts daily, the account manager can identify any problems and correct them quickly. This system ensures that the account manager can keep track of all financial activity and maintain accurate records.

Ease of Montoring -
Having an account manager helps to ensure that contract compliance is being monitored. This system makes it easier to keep track of what is happening with the account and to make sure that all agreements are being adhered to. This can save a lot of time and energy in the long run, and can help to avoid any potential legal issues. 

Track and Record -
This system enables the account manager to track and record verified information from clients. This ensures that the client information is accurate and up to date, and that the account manager can provide the best possible service to the client. This system is essential to the success of the organization and the satisfaction of its clients. 

Keep Track of recruiters -
The account manager is responsible for keeping track of all the recruiters assigned to specific job orders. This is done by monitoring the Dashboard for changes and updates. If any recruiters are not assigned to a job order, the account manager will need to contact them and assign them to the appropriate order.

Visibility -
The account manager has visibility on job order progress through this system. This enables the account manager to track the status of job orders and ensure that they are progressing as expected. This is a valuable tool for managing customer accounts and ensuring that job orders are completed satisfactorily.