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These are an evolution from the local sento (neighborhood baths), and combine function with low cost.
Prior to installing TotalView, Sento used a homegrown workforce management system.
Roepke Public Relations is a key partner in our business strategy," said Claudio Garcia, Ti Sento Milano Americas president.
WorldGate's partnership with Sento is another important step in bringing Ojo Video Phone to market," said Hal Krisbergh, Chairman and CEO of WorldGate Communications.
In accordance with NASDAQ procedures, Sento will request a hearing with the NASDAQ Listing Qualifications Panel to review the Staff Determination.
In addition to the creation of at least 250 new Hispanic jobs at competitive wages, Sento plans to offer tuition reimbursement of up to $4,000 per year for full time employees and up to $1,750 tuition reimbursement for part time workers.
Previously, Sento had mentioned in a prior press release, its entry into the Internet retail space, but did not disclose the name of its client partner at that time.
Because more organizations are outsourcing their customer service to third party providers, partnerships with leading outsourced contact centers such as Sento and Concentrix create strong synergy for RightNow's more than 1,000 customers as well as prospects," Brown said.
Right Channeling is a proven methodology developed by Sento to optimize customer contact solutions and ensure that companies make informed choices for multi-channel communication with their customers while enhancing the customer service experience.
Jon Anton, Benchmark Research Director at Purdue's Center for Customer-Driven Quality, presented Sento with the certification at an awards luncheon during Purdue University's annual "Call Center Campus" Conference in Las Vegas.
SALT LAKE CITY -- Sento Corporation (Nasdaq: SNTO), a right-channeling solutions leader, today reported it received a Nasdaq Staff Determination letter on April 2, 2007 indicating the Company had failed to comply with the requirement that it hold its annual meeting of shareholders, solicit proxies and provide proxy statements to Nasdaq by March 31, 2007, and that the Company's securities are, therefore, subject to delisting from The Nasdaq Capital Market in accordance with Marketplace Rules 4350(e) and 4350(g).