SALT LAKE CITY – May 10, 2010 — inContact, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAAS), the market leader in cloud-based call center software and call center agent optimization tools, announced that company CEO Paul Jarman will be presenting at The Benchmark Company’s First Annual Investor Conference on May 13. The conference is being held at The Pfister Hotel in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
The conference is comprised of a number of one-on-one meetings arranged by Benchmark with investors. Investors planning to attend the conference should contact their Benchmark representative to arrange a meeting.
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inContact, Inc. (NASDAQ: SAAS) provides the market leading on-demand customer call center software platform, inContact, to approximately 650 call centers across the globe. With its roots in telecommunications and network infrastructure, inContact is unique in its offering because it combines a powerful connectivity backbone with a world-class call center software platform. Companies with call centers of all sizes have turned to inContact to address their contact handling needs as well as to manage and improve their agent workforces. The inContact platform has grown from a powerful Automated Call Distributor (ACD software) with skills-based routing, Computer Telephony Integration (CTI software) and Interactive Voice Response (IVR) with speech recognition, to include an innovative online hiring solution, an eLearning and communications application, workforce management functionality, and a customer feedback and survey solution. Because the inContact platform is delivered via a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, customers can realize significant cost savings and flexibility compared to premises-based alternatives. To learn more about inContact, visit www.inContact.com.
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