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Purple Heart Call Center Named "Best of Show" at ATA Conference
This recognition is considered to be a reflection of the organization’s commitment to innovation and advocacy. The award recognizes the group’s innovative booth display that showcased its team members, training and services.
A distinguished group of world-class call center organizations were featured at this event and the Purple Heart booth was chosen among these contenders. This selection was made based on the organization’s ability to demonstrate a true picture of who they are and what they do.
This particular booth offered striking images that reminded viewer of the unique nature of its workforce: combat-injured veterans who have demonstrated an ability to perform and succeed in the most demanding environments. The booth also highlighted the call center’s training, services and business results.
The Purple Heart Call Center was established by the Purple Heart Service Foundation and is part of its Veteran Business Training Center (VBTC). The Center provides proven training and support for wounded and disabled veterans who work from their home as remote agents.
At the ATA convention, Smith also presented on the topic of “Charting a Course to Recruit, Train and Retain the Remote Agent Workforce.” After the presentation, Smith was on hand to receive the Best of Show award from ATA Chief Executive Officer, Tim Searcy.
The Purple Heart Call Center is a perfect example of what makes the call center industry great. This is one industry where people from all walks of life and situations can not only work to provide for their families, they can also excel and succeed.
This recognition for the Purple Heart Call Center at the ATA conference is not only a nod to the organization’s efforts on their booth, it is also recognition for what they do and the valuable opportunities that they provide.
Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Michelle Robart