Bill Curtin Inducted Into the CAM-X Hall of Fame

Congratulations go out to Amtelco’s Bill Curtin (Mr. “C”) on his inductions into the 2008 CAM-X Hall of Fame.  This presentation took place at the Gala banquet held in conjunction with CAM-X’s Annual Convention and Trade Show held recently at the Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville, ON.

Bill was nominated for this prestigious honor by Paul Lloyd and Doug Swift.  Paul presented a brief biography and an inspiring tribute to the long-time industry leader with a touching overview of Bill’s many accomplishments during his many years in the industry.

The CAM-X Hall of Fame was established by the Canadian Call Management Association in 2001 in order to recognize dynamic individuals whose leadership has contributed to the evolution of the telephone answering service and call center industry.  The Hall of Fame celebrates inductees for their accomplishments, their vision, and their leadership as well as for their tireless efforts to promote, support, and protect the industry.

[Posted by Peter DeHaan for AnswerStat magazine, a medical healthcare publication from Peter DeHaan Publishing Inc.]

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