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Xtel Communications to Participate In NJASBO 52nd Annual Spring Conference

By Andrea Jones
May 23rd, 2014

May 22, 2014, Marlton/NJ – Xtel Communications announces that they will participate in New Jersey Association of School Business Officials (NJASBO) 52nd Annual Conference, June 4th – 6th at The Borgata in Atlantic City, NJ. NJASBO is comprised of individuals who administer or supervise a variety of operations within New Jersey K-12 school districts.

NJASBO promotes the highest standards of ethics and efficiency, provides its membership with professional development and supports and collaborates with entities that affect public education. The conference offers comprehensive opportunities for professional development and required Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits. Also during the conference is the 4th Annual Student Artwork Exhibit featuring the artwork of talented New Jersey students. Winners will be selected.

“For twenty years now, 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. Quality, high speed Internet access is no longer a luxury, but a necessity” she adds. “The current economic climate has school business administrators and technology directors searching for creative ways to stretch their shrinking budgets, while retaining the best quality IP based services necessary for meeting Common Core requirements (New Jersey is a PARCC governing state) and we have many solutions to share with them.”

About Xtel Communications, Inc.
Xtel Communications, Inc., a regional facilities-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) is celebrating its 20th 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.
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About the Author:

Andrea Jones

Andrea Jones is a technology specialist in Virginia. A former French teacher, she currently supports technology integration in a middle school.