RevSpring’s Analiese Fusner Successfully Completes Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) Examination

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RevSpring announced today that Analiese Fusner, chief compliance officer, has successfully completed the Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional (CCEP) examination, earning the ‘CCEP’ designation from the Compliance Certification Board.

“RevSpring is committed to the highest standards of compliance and ethics,” said Tim Schriner, president and chief executive officer for RevSpring. “We believe that doing the right thing in every situation is critical to long-term sustainability and success. Our clients can rest assured that we devote key resources to providing compliance and ethics training and oversight as well as an ethical corporate culture.”

“The United States government constantly updates the laws and regulations surrounding corporate industries to eliminate fraud,” said Debbie Troklus, president for the Compliance Certification Board. “Adhering to these new regulations demands professionals who understand the new regulations and how to implement programs to ensure compliance within their companies.”

Fusner joined RevSpring in February 2013 after serving as the Corporate Responsibility Officer and Director of Corporate Compliance at Genesys Health System.

RevSpring facilitates over one billion customer interactions annually. It serves a large and diverse customer base across the receivables management, healthcare, financial services, home services and other end-markets. Its core service offerings include data hygiene and analytics, secure document creation and delivery, multi-channel communications, electronic billing and archival services and online payment tools, all while ensuring compliance with regulatory guidelines.

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