Whitefish, MT, February 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Dan Dammerman came home with several accolades from the recent Schooley Mitchell Annual Consultants’ Conference in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Most notably, the Whitefish, Montana-based consultant was named 2013 Rookie of the Year, selected for his dedication to his business and superior service provided to his clients.
In addition to the distinguished award, Dammerman was recognized for his contribution to the development of Schooley Mitchell’s Electronic Payment Processing (EPP) program, which uses specialized methods and tools to obtain access to better pricing for merchant services processing.
Dammerman also received a nod for his contributions to the Schooley Mitchell discussion board, an internal forum where consultants from across North America share knowledge and expertise to ensure their clients are benefiting from the newest technologies and best-in-class pricing.
The recent honors were the highlight of a successful year for Dammerman, who signed over 50 new clients and was named Table Setter – the consultant who brings the most new clients to the business – for the months of February and May.
Schooley Mitchell delivers expertise to companies large and small from all industries, offering a broad range of services including analysis of existing and future telecom and merchant services needs, assessment of best alternatives and implementation of cost-effective solutions. On average, our consultants reduce telecom and merchant services expenses by 28 per cent. To date, Schooley Mitchell has delivered over $195 million in documented savings to our clients.
For additional information about Schooley Mitchell’s services, visit www.schooleymitchell.com/ddammerman