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a360inc and National Creditors Bar Association Announce National Partnership

[DALLAS, TX] Today a360inc, a leading technology and outsourcing solutions company, and National Creditors Bar Association (NCBA) are pleased to announce a national partnership designed to provide access to compliance training programs for the bar association's 500+ law firms and their staffs, as well as NCBA's in-house counsel members.

[DALLAS, TX] Today a360inc, a leading technology and outsourcing solutions company, and National Creditors Bar Association (NCBA) are pleased to announce a national partnership designed to provide access to compliance training programs for the bar association's 500+ law firms and their staffs, as well as NCBA's in-house counsel members.

 

The customized online portal, hosted by a360inc and available to NCBA members, currently offers ten compliance training courses specific to the practice of creditors' rights law. The initial course offerings include compliance training covering topics such as the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, among others. Each course includes several modules and knowledge assessments which must be completed in order by the user, to complete and successfully finish a course. Additional courses will be introduced periodically.

 

“Compliance is critical in today's environment and at a360inc we're focused on helping firms transform their businesses into efficient, compliant, and operationally sound enterprises. Our exciting new partnership with NCBA is an example of how we approach that transformation holistically,” said Scott Brinkley, CEO, a360inc.

 

Mark Dobosz, Executive Director of NCBA added, “We're continuously scouting the industry for great partners who can add value to the NCBA membership experience. That's why we're excited about this new offering from a360inc and the value it brings to our members.”

 

The online portal is now open and accessible to NCBA members. Member firms can access a dashboard that shows courses completed, in progress, or not yet viewed by their staff members. Modules may be revisited and completed at the user's pace. NCBA members should login to their NCBA online accounts to access the portal