Crawford Technologies announces Second Annual Customer Communications Virtual Summit

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Crawford Technologies (Toronto), a leading Canadian provider of document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, is hosting its second annual Customer Communications Virtual Summit on Wednesday, May 5, starting at 10 a.m. EST. Strategies to Thrive Beyond 2021 is a full-day, complimentary event offering highly focused interactive sessions with industry leaders in Customer Communications Management (CCM), who’ll share valuable insights and best practices, paths to achieving regulatory compliance, and strategies for optimizing customer communications.

Ernie Crawford, President and CEO of Crawford Technologies, will kick off the event with a welcome and keynote speech that shares his perspectives on the future of communications in a post-COVID-19 environment. The summit will focus sessions on three key areas – Enterprise Output Management, eDelivery and Content Services and Document Accessibility. The expert sessions, technical demonstrations and interactive collaboration opportunities are designed to provide attendees with innovative ideas and practical approaches that address the challenges of managing the customer experience post-pandemic.

Breakout sessions will cover key topics from experienced customer communications expert. These will include: Kemal Carr, President of Madison Advisors; Lainey Feingold, attorney/author at the Law Offices of Lainey Feingold; Ed Horowitz of OSG Billing Services; Andy Keller of USAA; and Brian Lynch of Donnelley Financial Solutions. Crawford’s technical experts and partners Allyable, BCC Software, BlueCrest, BlueRush and TPGi will also participate. New this year is a virtual exhibit area where attendees can connect with both industry and Crawford experts in interactive exhibit booths, as well as through real-time video or chat sessions before, during and after the summit.

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