The average salary of a(n) Account Analyst in Sappington, Missouri is $69,403.
Analyzes and adjusts collected sales or receivable balances for existing customer base, identifying, validating, or collecting client or customer deductions, driving the balance through to resolution. Collects documents to prepare accounts for resolution. Reviews and analyzes documents to validate billing or sales history, identifies necessary billing adjustments, and completes paperwork to support these changes. Initiates telephone contact and maintains proper follow up with assigned customers, if necessary. Identifies problem/credit risk customers and initiates timely escalation for possible legal review. Establishes and maintains positive interactions with internal departments to resolve customer disputes in a timely manner. Provides timely and accurate accounts receivable reporting for aging balances. Identifies and initiates resolution of unapplied and misapplied cash. Compiles, processes, and analyzes data related to the sales and marketing of products. Establishes and maintains databases for promotions, price changes, cost changes, item maintenance, and other information regarding sales and marketing activities. Analyzes sales data to identify product movement activity. Assists in providing timely and accurate reporting of revenue and subscriber or customer information. Consolidates and analyzes all revenue and distributes accurate reporting to assist in forecasting and budgeting. Works with necessary personnel to assure attainment of organization objectives. Requests and obtains required documentation to assist with analysis. Prepares required reports, such as payment verification reports, needed back-up reports, top accounts reports, reports of promises, and recommended adjustment reports. Documents all activity. Reviews monthly projections, advises if obtainable, and provides any issues with assigned clients or customers. Develops and maintains exceptional business relationships with both external and internal customers. Assures that payment verifications and all activity impacting month-end reports and billing are processed timely and accurately. Conducts statistical analysis and applies principles of accounting to analyze past and present financial operations and estimates future revenues and expenditures. Analyzes records of present and past operations, trends and costs, estimated and realized revenues, administrative commitments, and obligations incurred. Advises management regarding matters, such as effective use of resources and return on investments scenarios. Identifies and develops added-value reports that would assist in developing solutions to maximize revenue. May develop, install, and maintain accounting systems that provide control of investments, receivables, and expenditures. May take a leadership role on task forces and committees designed to improve business processes. Less
Analyzes and adjusts collected sales or receivable balances for existing customer base, identifying, validating, or collecting client or customer deductions, driving the balance through to resolution. Collects documents to prepare accounts for resolution. Reviews and analyzes documents to validate billing... More