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Radius Attending the Utilities and Uncollectibles Conference in Atlanta

Radius Global Solutions is proud to be a Sponsor and attend the Monticello Utilities AR & Uncollectibles Conference for the fifth year in a row.

As detailed on the conference website, the Utilities AR & Uncollectibles Conference is an outstanding educational event specifically created for utility industry credit and collections professionals and solution providers. Attendees learn from industry experts and share best-practices designed to improve operational and financial performance. The Conference brings an unparalleled and personalized approach, connecting individuals to meet, learn, network and develop business relationships. The conference is presented by the American Gas Association and Conferences by Monticello.

Always an excellent conference, this year’s scheduled agenda topics include Techniques for Leading Change in Collections (presented by Chesapeake Utilities), Georgia Power’s Energy Assistance Program, and Best Practices in Disaster Response, Restoration, and Customer Care (presented by NiSource).

Additionally, next year’s Annual Utilities Credit & Collections Symposium dates have been announced as March 2 – 4, 2020. The event will be held at the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, Florida.

About Radius Global Solutions

Radius Global Solutions is a top-tier provider of Business Process Outsourcing Services and is headquartered in Ambler, PA. Radius specializes in providing customer relationship solutions to major corporations. With a work force of over 2,800 professionals dispersed among twelve Customer Engagement Centers (9 U.S., 2 Near-Shore, and 1 Off-Shore), Radius has the infrastructure and experience to support its clients and their customers through multiple channels including phone, email, and chat.

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