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CEO Adam Parks will be attending the industry exclusive RMA Executive Summit this summer

Adam Parks, CEO of ComplyARM and Secretary of Receivables Management Association (RMA), will be attending RMA’s Executive Summit July 31-August 2, 2018. This valuable event will afford an opportunity for 125 of the ARM (Account Receivables Management) industry’s owners and top managers to network, converse, and receive executive-level education that is tailored for their industry in both a professional and casual setting.

This year’s RMA Executive Summit is being held at the picturesque Cliff House near Portland, Maine and is geared to educate attendees on session topics that include: operations, compliance, and legal updates. These symposiums provide necessary information in a constantly changing industry. However, the itinerary includes not only business related educational forums, but also socializing and networking opportunities with peers while golfing at the Cape Neddick Country Club as well as a family friendly special events.

RMA’s Secretary and ComplyARM’s CEO, Adam Parks, is looking forward to the Executive Summit as it “is a great opportunity to build personal relationships with colleagues in the receivables Management industry.” As a veteran, Adam applauded the event for its multi-faceted benefits. “The education we receive at the Summit is invaluable and assists all of us in continuing to grow as leaders. It is tremendous for RMA to provide this venue each year.”

About Adam Parks and ComplyARM

For 15 years, Adam Parks has focused on the development of technology in niche markets to improve operations, marketing and compliance. He is a founding partner of ComplyARM, a premiere provider of compliance management system (CMS) technology for the accounts receivable management industry. Headquartered in Port Saint Lucie, Florida, they are committed to the continual development and enhancement of their digital management systems that help to alleviate the administrative burden created by the regulatory environment.