To the IAT customers NOT in attendance at this year’s National Training Conference:
You missed out!
Not only did you miss the breathtaking location (Hot Springs, Virginia), you also missed invaluable conference sessions and peers ready to give you dialer tips to help you collect more debt (and therefore make more money).
See what some of your fellow IAT customers said about this year’s conference:
Plan to attend our next National Training Conference April 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Like our training conference in Virginia, this two-day conference will be packed full of exceptional dialer training and networking opportunities. Plus, with a location like Las Vegas, you’re sure to stay busy after the sessions end! Look for registration information coming soon.
Here’s what you missed at the training conference in 2011. Our next conference will be just as helpful and exciting!
Information-packed sessions from the dialer experts – online casino Attendees increased their dialer knowledge, which in turn will increase productivity and profitability. The discussions ranged from introducing new features of CT Center’s version 8.0, how to export and manipulate the dialer data, how to better manage agents and what the attendees would like to see in future releases.
Helpful dialer and collection tips from peers – Attendees had opportunities to learn how others are successfully (and profitably) using their dialing technology. Attendees came from ten different states and two Canadian providences, representing companies ranging in size from a handful of employees to several hundreds. With so much diversity, attendees got a good feel for what other companies were facing and good insight into what they were doing to improve their respective organizations using IAT technology.
Outstanding resort location with an excellent hospitality staff – Attendees were well taken care of and able to do other fun activities after hours. From my perspective, The Homestead is hard to beat for hospitality, service and accommodations. The staff was attentive and constantly looking for ways to make our stay more enjoyable and productive. The scenery couldn’t be beat. We also had a couple of fun group activities, archery and bowling.
This conference was well received and well worth the time and money invested by our attendees. Keep your eyes open for announcements concerning our April 2012 National Training Conference, so you can learn how to achieve optimum performance from your CT Center system.
This article was written by Ray