Ontario Systems, the leading provider of accounts receivable management software, recently announced John Tonetti of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) will speak at its annual conference which is being held August 6-8 in Indianapolis. Tonetti is the Debt Collection Program Manager in the CFPB’s Research, Markets and Regulations Division.
“We are thrilled that John Tonetti is a speaker at this year’s conference,” said Rozanne Andersen, Chief Compliance and Marketing Officer of Ontario Systems. “John’s in depth experience in the creditor, debt collection and asset purchasing markets, coupled with his integral role within the CFPB, will make his session a ‘must-attend.’’’
In addition to Tonetti, conference highlights include a presentation by industry leaders, Lance Black, President, Northland Group, Inc.; Mark E. Davitt, President, ConServe; Derek Whitaker, Chief Information Officer, Convergent Resources; and Riley Pentecost, Senior Vice President of Operations, West Asset Management. Together these industry visionaries will identify key trends, new market opportunities and what they believe is the next wave of challenges for collection agencies both large and small.
Ontario Systems’ three-day event, themed ‘Play to Win,’ is designed to help its ARM and healthcare customers look for new ways to win more profitable business, advance their collections operation, and to stay in front of new and changing regulations. The conference is being held in downtown Indianapolis at the JW Marriott.
For more detailed information on Ontario Systems’ Play to Win 2012 conference and to learn how to register for the conference, please visit www.ontariosystemsconference.com.
Ontario Systems, LLC builds software to recover consumer and business payments in highly regulated industries. Featuring cloud-based solutions, highly configurable business process automation and connectivity links to data service providers, Ontario Systems helps clients to flexibly scale operations, manage their complex lines of business, navigate through regulatory change and analyze how to drive better performance and results. Founded in 1980 and headquartered in Muncie, IN, USA, Ontario Systems can be found online at www.ontariosystems.com.