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Global Gathering for Contact Center Professionals to Focus On 'Thinking Forward - The Power of the Customer Experience' at ICMI's Annual Call Center Exhibition Conference and Expo, Oct. 5-9 in Las Vegas
Date:9/9/2009

ock, Delta Dental and Southwest Airlines will also be presented.

Finally, top industry vendors will be presenting their tools and technologies in the ACCE 2009 Exhibit Hall at the event.

For more information or to attend the 2009 ACCE Conference & Expo, visit http://www.icmi.com/acce2009. For details on exhibit and sponsorship opportunities, contact Jody Kudless, sales manager, at +1.732.252.9740 or jkudless@icmi.com.

About ICMI

The International Customer Management Institute (ICMI) is the leading global provider of comprehensive resources for customer management professionals -- from frontline agents to executives -- who wish to improve customer experiences and increase efficiencies at every level of the contact center. ICMI's experienced and dedicated team of industry insiders, analysts, and consultants are committed to providing uncompromised objectivity and results-oriented vision through the organization's respected lineup of professional services including: Training and Certification, Consulting, Events, and Informational Resources. Founded in 1985, ICMI continues to serve as one of the most established and respected organizations in the call center industry.

About Think Services

Think Services connects specialized communities worldwide using educational events, consulting, training, certification, membership, and innovative media. Providing comprehensive opportunities for people to learn from, network with, and inspire each other, Think Services builds strong brands and works within communities to foster a unique affinity with its products and s
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