28 Jan CS Week Conference 39
AAC Utility Partners (AAC) will once again be participating as a Gold Level Sponsor and the Elite Women in Utilities sponsor and exhibitor at the CS Week Conference 39 in Charlotte, North Carolina, April 28-May 1.
AAC will also be presenting both a CS Week College class on April 27 titled “Your Aging CIS, What’s Next and How to Move Forward”, and a seminar on April 30 titled “Fighting Identity Theft: Understanding How to be Compliant with the New Red Flag Rule”. Please join us at these amazing classes! More information on the College class can be found here, and additional information on the Red Flag Rule session can be found here.
CS Week is a world-class utility customer service conference that promotes education and excellence for managers and executives at investor owned utilities, cooperatives, municipalities and government entities. The exhibit hall offers attendees the opportunity to engage with business from across the nation and the multi-track session scheduling allows attendees to learn from industry leaders in fields such as Smart Infrastructure, customer engagement and billing.
The Women in Utilities networking session is an opportunity for all of the women attendees and exhibitors at CS Week to gather, meet new people and trade stories of their effect as women professionals on the utility industry. This is the fifth year AAC has had the great fortune to sponsor this event, and we are looking forward to many more!
Come visit us at booth #212 to learn more about AAC and how we can help you maximize your utility!
For more information about the 2015 CS Week 39, click here.
CS Week is the premier utility customer service conference for managers and executives at investor owned utilities, cooperatives, municipalities and government entities. The annual convention features CS Week Executive Summit, CS Week Key Account Forum, CS Week College, CS Week Expanding Excellence Awards, the CS Week Synergy Groups, the 60+ workshops of CS Week Conference, and the largest Exhibit Hall in meter-to-cash and customer service-related Smart Infrastructure.