point of contact


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point of contact

A person or entity one can seek to access information or services. Our account manager Sarah will be your new point of contact moving forward if you need any information about your account. The consulate should be your first point of contact should you need any assistance during your travels.
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ˌpoint of ˈcontact

a place where you go or a person that you speak to when you are dealing with an organization: The receptionist is the first point of contact most people have with the clinic.
See also: contact, of, point
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Do not use any language that would imply using the head as the primary point of contact.
Participants speak of being "danced" by the point of contact. Paxton, a wise, laconic artist of 65 who guesses he's partnered 20,000 people worldwide in the past thirty years (see sidebar), says, "I was trying to understand what makes integrity in movement.
If the training dates conflict with unit specific schedules, contact your area point of contact and alternate dates will be scheduled.
Proponents say ENUM will simplify communications because one point of contact could be routed to a telephone, e-mail inbox, or fax machine, depending on the application.
The point of contact for each retailer has direct access to Ecolab's professionals who specialize in food safety sanitation, pest elimination and floor care challenges.
The Oracle Partner Resource Network is a single point of contact for existing and potential Oracle partners that provides fast and accurate answers to all partner enquiries about the use of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, the benefits partners will receive and how to make the best use of these Oracle partner resources.
A dedicated, experienced account team provides one point of contact for property owners.
1271), to require federal agencies to assign a "single point of contact" within the agency for small business owners that have questions and problems regarding complicated and often duplicative paperwork demands.
The PowerTrack [TM] carrier forwards a copy of the 1348-1 and shipping instruction to it is in-country point of contact. The carrier files the Certificate of U.S.
The goal of the partnership is to provide international clients with consistently high-quality tenant representation and corporate services using a single point of contact. The international capabilities of the partnership cover Europe, North and South America, Southeast Asia and Australia.
These reorganizations have both established a single point of contact for company "clients" through an account executive team concept.
What better way to establish protocols and standards of diagnosis and treatment and influence the appropriateness decision at the point of contact and/or service?
Action Fraud is the UK's national reporting centre for fraud and financially motivated internet crime, and will act as a central point of contact for all information related to these crimes.
It was created to provide a single point of contact and eliminate the costs of using sub-contracted parties.