NACR Communications Forum to Help Businesses Get More Bang for Their Bucks
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EAGAN, Minn., Aug. 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Starting in September, NACR (North American Communications Resource, Inc.) will take its 2008 information forum on the road to help customers use communications more intelligently and cost-effectively in today's tough economy. The free, daylong event -- "Connect. Discover. Innovate: Transforming Communications in a Challenging Economy" -- is designed to help businesses make smart choices and turn communications into a valuable tool for reducing costs while maintaining high levels of productivity and customer service. NACR is a privately held Value Added Solutions Provider (VASP) that provides comprehensive communication systems and support, including Voice over IP (VoIP) and converged network integration, consultative services, ongoing maintenance, and repairs. The largest Avaya BusinessPartner and a six-time Avaya BusinessPartner of the Year, NACR works closely with Avaya and other strategic partners to integrate the latest hardware, software, and application into leading-edge solutions for businesses. The 2008 NACR Forum will hit major cities across the country and feature information on timely topics including mobile workforce, communications continuity, green solutions, leveraging current assets, and strategies for reducing costs. The forum will also provide opportunities for attendees to speak with NACR and Avaya specialists in design, products, and services, to address specific communications challenges and concerns. "This free event will give NACR a great opportunity to reach out to businesses to help them make the most of their communications investments, even in troubled economic times," said Michael Fitzgibbons, National Vice President at NACR. "It's part of our commitment to identifying critical needs and delivering a timely response to help businesses succeed." "Connect. Discover. Innovate" will run from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM and include breakfast and lunch in addition to the educational sessions. The forum will be in held in Chicago on September 16; Milwaukee on September 18; Minneapolis on September 23; Detroit on September 25; Little Rock on September 30; San Antonio, on October 2; Miami on October 14; Atlanta on October 16; and Cleveland on October 23 with additional cities being planned. For specific location details and more information about the 2008 NACR Forum, visit NACR online at http://www.nacr.com. About NACR With offices nationwide, NACR (Eagan, MN) is a certified Avaya Platinum BusinessPartner, a six-time Avaya BusinessPartner of the Year, and the Value Added Solutions Provider of choice for today's leading businesses. NACR delivers proven, scalable, cost-efficient solutions tailored to a customer's business communication needs, in an end-to-end package that includes consultation, design, implementation, and testing. With its strategic partners, including Avaya, NACR provides customers with solutions in VoIP migration, convergence, mobility, unified messaging, and contact centers. For more information, call 1-888-321-NACR (6227) or go to http://www.nacr.com. About Avaya Avaya (Basking Ridge, NJ) delivers Intelligent Communications solutions that help companies transform their businesses to achieve marketplace advantage. More than 1 million businesses worldwide, including more than 90 percent of the FORTUNE 500(R), use Avaya solutions for IP Telephony, Unified Communications, Contact Centers, and Communications-Enabled Business Processes. Avaya Global Services provides comprehensive service and support for companies, small to large. For more information visit the Avaya Web site, at http://www.avaya.com. SOURCE NACR Scott Sund of NACR, 1-800-431-1333
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