Ontario Systems Announces President of Pacers Sports & Entertainment as Featured Speaker for Annual Customer Conference, PowerUp 2014

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Ontario Systems, a leading receivables management technology and services provider, has announced Jim Morris, fifth-year President of Pacers Sports & Entertainment (PS&E), former President of Lilly Endowment, Inc., and former executive director for the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), will be a featured speaker during the opening general session at its annual customer and collections education conference, PowerUp 2014. A recipient of 17 honorary degrees, National Advisory Board Member for the Boy Scouts of America, and Treasurer for the U.S. Gymnastics Federation, Morris will discuss success with those organizations, as well as roles with the U.S. Olympic Committee, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and more.

“Jim Morris has a tremendous pedigree of leadership experience, ranging from the world’s largest humanitarian organization to one of the country’s most successful NBA franchises,” says Casey Stanley, Ontario Systems Marketing & Business Development VP. “He credits a unique outlook on motivation, and his focus on serving one’s community as two of the major driving forces behind his success. We are very excited to hear more about his work with some of the world’s most admired philanthropic and sporting operations, and how he has led them to achieve even greater heights.”

In particular, Morris will discuss leading through adversity, detailing his experience taking over the Indiana Pacers during a time of crisis, and turning the organization into one of the NBA’s elite in only a few years. Conference attendees can expect to learn more from Morris about how to face their own trials, as their own industries continue to evolve and challenge traditional models of doing business.

“No doubt, the receivables industry is going through a time of rapid change,” says Ontario Systems CEO, Ron Fauquher. “Leaders like Jim Morris have weathered storms like ours in the past, and come out stronger, and more successful and admired in doing so. We look forward to learning more about how he has achieved what he has, and how to apply it to our own models as we continue to serve our communities, and keep our and our clients’ businesses running efficiently.”

PowerUp 2014 runs October 7-9 at the Hyatt Regency Indianapolis. Current attendees and prospective registrants can learn more and sign up respectively at http://powerup.ontariosystems.com.

Ontario Systems, LLC is a leading provider of accounts receivable and strategic receivables management solutions for the collections and healthcare industries. Offering a full portfolio of software, services, and business process expertise, Ontario Systems customers include nine of the 10 largest collections agencies, and three of the five biggest health systems in the U.S., with 55,000 representatives in more than 500 locations.

To learn more about how Ontario Systems can help power up your receivables, visit OntarioSystems.com

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