For Immediate Release
Xtel to Participate In NJSBA/NJASBO/NJASA 2013 Workshop & Exhibition in Atlantic City
Budget-conscious New Jersey school business administrators can learn about Xtel’s broad range of telecommunications and IP-based services by visiting booth 301/400.
October 3, 2013, Marlton/NJ – Xtel Communications announces that they will participate in 2013 Workshop & Exhibition co sponsored by NJSBA, NJASBO, and NJASA, October 22-24 at The Atlantic City Convention Center, booth 301/400. Workshop 2013 will offer more than 200 learning opportunities, including returning favorites like the larger Group Sessions seminars and the more intimate Learning Labs and Action Labs, as well as new features and innovative programming. Training will include methods to help schools use their limited resources more efficiently, ways school districts can become environmentally and financially sustainable, and strategies on becoming more effective school leaders.
“Since our inception in 1994, we’ve specialized in affordable and reliable communications services for New Jersey schools,” notes Liz Sorino, Xtel’s Executive Vice President. “K-12 education is becoming more and more technology driven. Modern learning requires bandwidth and school business administrators and technology directors are searching for creative ways to stretch their shrinking budgets, while retaining the best quality IP based services,” she adds.
Xtel has been exhibiting at Workshop for over 15 continuous years rising to Silver Sponsor level. They will also conduct a Learning Lab entitled “How Our Hosted PBX System Survived Super Storm Sandy” adjacent to the show floor on Tuesday, October 22 at 12:00 p.m. Registration not required.
About Xtel Communications, Inc.
Xtel Communications, Inc., a regional facilities-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) is now in its 19th year of operations providing local, long distance, Internet and cloud-based services to businesses, schools, and local government entities in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.