Crawford Technologies to become world leader in Master EDPs
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Employees of Crawford Technologies will soon make up 20% of world's most prestigious honor attainable in the electronic document industry
Toronto, ON – During this year's Xplor International Customer Communications Conference in Orlando, two CrawfordTech employees - Stephen Wowelko, M-EDP and Don Maxwell, M-EDP - will be awarded Master Electronic Document Professionals (M-EDP) for their extensive experience in the electronic document industry.
Wowelko and Maxwell will be joining Ernie Crawford, M-EDP, President of Crawford Technologies, in holding such a prestigious honor. Currently there are only 15 people in the world who are Master Electronic Document Professionals and CrawfordTech will employ more Master EDPs than any other organization in the world.
“The Master EDP designation is proof of industry knowledge and experience, and we are proud to have so many of these strong employees on our team,” said Ernie Crawford, President of Crawford Technologies. “We fully support the Xplor sponsored EDP program and believe that it is an excellent way to recognize people who have put so much into our industry.”
In addition to Wowelko and Maxwell becoming Master EDPs, seven other CrawfordTech employees will receive their EDP (Electronic Document Professional) designation. EDP is a professional designation awarded by Xplor International for exceptional professionals in the electronic document industry.
Members of the CrawfordTech team who will be receiving their EDP designation are:
The EDP program is administered by the EDP Commission of Xplor International, which is a body of senior professionals in the electronic document industry who set the standards and judge the qualifications of the applicants.
This year's Xplor International Customer Communications Conference, Xploration 14, takes place in Orlando from March 25 - 27, 2014. Xplor International is the world’s premier educational and informational event for professionals in the electronic document industry.