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Mobile Roundtable: XM Satellite Radio - When to Outsource | 2005-Jul-13


Mobile Roundtable

"Building Effective Customer Care Organizations: When to Use an Outsource Provider"

News Release: July 13, 2005

On Wednesday, July 13, 2005, the Washington Network Group's Mobile Roundtable convened an Executive Forum with  Melanie Stensrud, Vice President, Listener Care at XM Satellite Radio. We met at The Metropolitan Club in Washington, D.C. Seating was limited to 17 people.


Mobile Roundtable Executive Forum

The Mobile Roundtable Executive Forum addresses the needs of industry leaders in the wireless and mobile applications sectors. The WNG's Mobile Roundtable meets periodically for special forums, expert briefings, and VIP events. Patrick Dine, Vice President North America of MATERNA, chairs the Mobile Roundtable. Our attendees included representatives from the media, corporate, investment, policy, and government sectors.



Our Original Invitation:

Registration for this Event is Now Wait Listed.

The Washington Network Group is pleased to convene our next Mobile Roundtable event on Wednesday, July 13, at The Metropolitan Club in Washington, D.C.

"Building Effective Customer Care Organizations:
When to use an Outsource Provider
"

Melanie Stensrud
Vice President, Listener Care
XM Satellite Radio


Wednesday, July 13, 2005
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

The Metropolitan Club
1700 H Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C.

$35 per person

Seating Limited to 17 Participants

About Our Discussant

Melanie Stensrud is responsible for all Customer Service operations at XM Satellite Radio, including billing operations. Ms. Stensrud and her team develop and implement customer service policies that span the customer lifecycle from order entry through billing and trouble management. XM is the fourth customer service organization Melanie has built from inception.

Before joining XM Satellite Radio, Melanie was Director of Business Operations for Bell Atlantic's Call Center Services group. Prior to her service with Bell Atlantic, she worked with American Mobile Satellite, (now Motient) and Sprint Communications.

For this Mobile Roundtable luncheon, Melanie has offered to comment on the challenges of building a care organization from scratch and the pros and cons of working with outsource partners, and to have an informal discussion with us over lunch.

Mobile Roundtable Program

This luncheon program is convened under our "Mobile Roundtable Executive Forum", which is designed to address the interests of industry leaders in the wireless and mobile applications sectors. Our attendees include representatives from the corporate, investment, policy, and government sectors.

The Mobile Roundtable meets periodically for executive forums, special briefings, and VIP dinners. Patrick Dine, Vice President North America of MATERNA, chairs the Mobile Roundtable.

Persons interested to participate in Mobile Roundtable events must register on the WNG portal and receive a login: Click here to proceed. When registering, be sure to join the Special Interest Group (SIG) for the Mobile Roundtable & wireless telecom arena.

WNG Membership: You do not have to be a WNG Member to participate, but WNG Members will be given registration preference for our events and will receive registration discounts when offered. WNG membership is by application and costs $50.00 per year. To apply for membership: Click here.

Venue Considerations

While inside The Metropolitan Club, please note that no cell phones or personal communication devices are permitted to be used in the Clubhouse. Please observe the dress code - coat and tie for gentlemen, commensurate attire for ladies - no tennis shoes allowed. The Metropolitan Club is made available through the courtesy of WNG Chairman Bill Stokes.

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