AT&T Honored Vangent Inc. as Outstanding Supplier

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<p><strong>Chicago &mdash; June 11&nbsp;</strong><br />Commitment to excellence over the past year has earned Vangent Inc., a provider of results-oriented talent management solutions, recognition as an outstanding supplier to AT&amp;T Inc.</p><p>&ldquo;We are proud of our long-standing tradition of providing unparalleled products and services to our business and residential customers,&rdquo; said Maureen Merkle, AT&amp;T Procurement president.&nbsp; &ldquo;We&rsquo;re successful on that front in large part thanks to supplier partners like Vangent that consistently go above and beyond the call of duty.&rdquo;<br /><br />Vangent received one of 39 supplier recognition awards for its work in helping AT&amp;T deliver outstanding service to its customers during the past year. Vangent was recognized for its contributions in the customer service category.<br /><br />&ldquo;Vangent is pleased to be working with AT&amp;T on some of their most high-profile learning and performance improvement initiatives,&rdquo; said David Fabianski, president of Vangent&rsquo;s human capital business. &ldquo;Considering the thousands of major suppliers that AT&amp;T utilizes, being named as one of 39 outstanding suppliers is a true honor.&nbsp; This recognition is a testament to Vangent&rsquo;s commitment to exceptional customer service and it&rsquo;s fulfilling to get validation from an organization as large and prestigious as AT&amp;T.&rdquo;<br /><br />As part of its annual supplier recognition program, AT&amp;T took out a half-page ad in the June 5 edition of The Wall Street Journal to publicly thank the selected companies.</p>

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