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Teachers Health Fund named National Contact Centre of the Year

Teachers Health Fund is delighted to be named National Contact Centre of the Year (less than 30 full-time employees) at the 2013 Australian Teleservices Association (ATA) awards.

Building on earlier successes as State Contact Centre of the Year (less than 30 full-time employees) in 2012 and 2013, Teachers Health Fund was awarded the national title at the awards which recognise and celebrate excellence, leadership and innovation.

The ATA is a national association which provides comprehensive and independent professional development and accreditation for Australian contact centres. The ATA promotes best practice in contact centre operations and defines and recognises excellence through benchmarks and direction. The ATA National Awards are recognised within the contact centre industry as being the pre-eminent awards program, rewarding achievement at the highest level.

Congratulations to the team!

For more information on the ATA and its awards, visit www.ata.asn.au

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