Basketball Legend Quinn Buckner to Speak at Ontario Systems’ Play to Win Conference

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Ontario Systems, a leading provider of accounts receivable and revenue cycle management software and solutions, has announced that basketball legend, Quinn Buckner, will speak at its Play to Win Conference Aug. 6-8 in Indianapolis. Buckner will share his winning experiences as a player and coach at the Hall of Fame Customer Awards ceremony on August 6 at the NCAA Hall of Champions. For more information or to register, visit www.ontariosystemsconference.com.

“Play to Win provides a powerful three-day experience filled with education, networking, and fun designed to help our customers win more – both in their businesses as well as outside the office.” said Tony Reisz, Ontario Systems’ President and CEO. “When you think of Quinn Buckner, you think of leadership and winning. There is no one more appropriate to share his experiences and strategies on preparing to be a winner in their chosen field and in life.”

In high school, Buckner led an undefeated state championship team. While at Indiana University, he was on teams that won four consecutive Big Ten titles, two of which went 18-0 in Big Ten play. During the 1975-76 season, he was co-captain for Bob Knight’s team that went 32-0 and won the national championship. After Buckner’s final IU season, he was captain of the 8-0 gold medal U.S. Olympic team, then went on to play professional basketball, winning an NBA title with the Boston Celtics. Along with Jerry Lucas and Magic Johnson, Buckner is one of only three players in history to win titles at four levels: high school, college, NBA and Olympics.

The Ontario Systems conference kicks off with inspiring and world-renowned keynote speaker Verne Harnish. It also features 30+ sessions across six tracks designed for executives, managers and hands-on users. This year’s expanded schedule will focus on how to profitably navigate the increasingly complex issues collections businesses are currently facing. Drawing on the expertise of speakers and presenters with deep industry insight, topics include ARM compliance and legislative issues, how to more effectively use accumulated data, implementing new and more effective contact strategies, how to capitalize on partner services, and sessions that address issues unique to the healthcare industry.

Ontario Systems 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 its clients flexibly scale operations, manage 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, Ontario Systems can be found online at www.ontariosystems.com. For more information call 888.834.0051.

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