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National Mortgage Professional
May 25, 2007

AllRegs becomes exclusive provider for WSB Impact ChannelMortgagePress.comcourses, content, mortgage industry, business e-learning, Web-based courses AllRegs, an online publisher of reference information for the residential mortgage lending industry, has announced that it has become the exclusive provider of WSB Impact Channel courses and content for the mortgage industry. WSB Impact Channel is the business e-learning division of the Washington Speakers Bureau, an Omnicom subsidiary. AllRegs Academy, the education division of AllRegs, will offer a series of Web-based courses based on the strategies of some of the most sought-after business speakers in the country. "We are very excited to offer mortgage industry professionals the opportunity to learn from the country's brightest and most talented speakers," says Dan Thoms, vice president of sales and strategic initiatives for AllRegs. "Offering courses featuring world-renowned authorities on topics ranging from customer service and leadership to change management and business ethics furthers our goal of becoming the leading training provider to the mortgage industry." Ken McInerney, executive director of the WSB Impact Channel, hailed the agreement as "an exciting relationship between two industry innovators. WSB has a reputationover 25 years in the making - for working only with the best speakers and partners. Our relationship with AllRegs is certainly in this mold and we look forward to providing the mortgage industry with exceptional products for many years." AllRegs Impact Channel courses combine business strategies with a results-driven online experience. The goal is to provide organizations with high impact strategies from world-renowned business visionaries like Mike Abrashoff and Chip Bell, which will lead to lasting results. These courses contain powerful strategies from the greatest business minds of today, and are designed for bottom-line results. "When mortgage companies implement programs such as Chip Bell's Customer Devotion Impact Solution, they give their employees the tools needed to achieve outstanding customer service and loyalty, increasing existing business lines and gaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace," said Thoms. AllRegs Impact Channel interactive courses can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection. The courses are entirely self-paced and designed to meet the individual scheduling demands of an entire organization, whatever the size. AllRegs Impact Channel courses are tightly focused on implementation and execution to further enhance the learning experience. A trainer or human resource professional can facilitate the course and even incorporate roundtable sessions into the coursework. Courses are now available for registration. For more information, visit www.allregs.com.
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