Garner Reaches For a “Hire” Rung on the TPV Ladder

Promoting employees from within to ever-increasing positions of responsibility is a feel-good validation for everybody. It means that we’re recruiting, screening and hiring exceptional people at the entry level, but it’s also a testament to the working atmosphere and motivational environment on the third party verification floor. So we’re proud to announce Yasaman Garner’s new role as Account Manager.

Yasaman joined The Sales Verification Company in October, 2010 as a front-line verifier. She demonstrated an ability to handle any TPV situation on the phone, while conveying a measure of leadership to those around her. She was quickly elevated to a Quality Control monitor, and later to Training Manager, where she mentored others in the traits necessary to succeed in our business: patience, clarity and exactitude. As our business in on the upswing, we needed to dedicate more resources to Account Management, and Yasaman was the obvious choice.

“We are so happy to have watched her rise through the ranks to her new post,” Executive Director Sara Goldberg said. “She has shown great determination in her new career, and she’s tackled everything that’s come her way in her previous positions. We know that she’ll be a great account manager, as well, and give our clients the attention they deserve.”

In her new role, Yasaman will act as the day-to-day contact with her TPV clients, providing statistics and performance metrics, facilitating script changes, and determining manpower needs based on sales projections. Her friendly demeanor and customer-service background make her a natural for the position, and she’s excited for the future.

“Every day is a brand new opportunity to grow,” she likes to say.”Each job I’ve had at the Sales Verification Company has offered different challenges and rewards, and I’ve enjoyed them all. I think that experience will be a great asset in serving my clients. I can’t wait to get started.”

We welcome Yasaman to her new post, proud to elevate and recognize one of our own.