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Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Yolo County, one of the major agricultural regions in the country, has been a partner with CDR-Data Corporation for over 15 years. Their partnership has helped manage the telecommunications and Call Accounting of Yolo’s various departments.
With more than 200,000 residents to serve and nearly two dozen different departments, Yolo County’s daily phone calls often accumulate rapidly. With CDR-Data’s assistance, Yolo County can simplify the phone records and billing for these calls allowing them to focus on serving the growing Yolo community.
As one of the oldest counties in the state of California, Yolo County has gained the experience necessary to effectively manage their municipal duties and has entrusted CDR-Data to help them keep their Call Accounting accurate while maintaining their budgets.
About CDR-Data Corporation
CDR-Data Corporation, based in
, <http://www.cdrdata.com/> consists of a group of professionals with decades of experience in the telemanagement, call accounting and IT industry. By using an ASP environment, this team has consistently delivered proven products and services that provide answers to management's questions of telecommunications usage and billing. CDR-Data has gained its market share by consistently delivering high quality and flexible solutions to each and every CDR-Data client. Pasadena CA
About Yolo County
Yolo County, http://www.yolocounty.org/, was one of the original counties created when California became a state in 1850. Yolo County consists of 653,549 acres and is located in the rich agricultural regions of California’s Central Valley and the Sacramento River Delta. The first recorded contact with Westerners occurred in the late 1830s, which included Spanish missionaries as well as trappers and hunters who could be found along the banks of Cache Creek. The first settlers received a land grant from the Mexican government in 1842 and began planting wheat and other crops. Today, Yolo County is one of the major agricultural leaders in the country.
For More information:
CDR-Data Corporation Michelle Chin 626-791-7900
Yolo County Tom Bates 530-406-5012