News | June 27, 2007

Contact Center World Recognizes Cardinal Health

June 28, 2007 — Cardinal Health, a global provider of products and services that improve the safety and productivity of healthcare, received two “Best of the Best Americas” awards from ContactCenterWorld.com, a global on-line resource for contact center and customer service professionals.

Cardinal Health’s Financial Shared Services team was recognized for its community spirit with a gold medal and Kevin Smith, the group’s vice president, received a silver leadership award.

"We are honored to be recognized by our peers in the industry,” said Kevin Smith, Cardinal Health’s vice president of Financial Shared Services. “We’ve got a great story to tell about our local leadership and community involvement. Winning these awards is a bonafide way to validate these efforts."

The company was chosen from more than 300 applicants. As a result of receiving the gold medal for its involvement in the Albuquerque community, Cardinal Health will compete later this year with winners from other regions for the title of Best in the World 2007.

To become a finalist for the awards in Americas, companies entered written submissions and were interviewed. Entries were reviewed by a panel of global judges. Finalists gave presentations that were judged by industry peers and were awarded gold, silver or bronze medals.

For more information: www.cardinal.com

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