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AcronymDefinition
ABASAdaptive Behavior Assessment System
ABASAcademy of Business Administrative Sciences
ABASAssurance Business Advisory Services (accounting)
ABASAttribute-Based Architectural Style
ABASAircraft Based Augmentation Systems
ABASAccounting Based Advisory Services (finance)
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Are the salespeople and agents who will be doing the referring of business to the ABA also employees or are they independent agents of the referral source?
Will the ABA be educating and developing referral relationships with a manageable number of people to obtain the volume of leads required to make the ABA work?
What kind of ABA internal support department do you have?
The ABA Marketing Network Awards ceremony was conducted on Monday, September 15, 2003, in conjunction with the ABA Marketing Conference in Chicago.
Its membership-which includes community, regional and money center banks and holding companies, as well as savings associations, trust companies and savings banks-makes ABA the largest banking trade association in the country.
This new agreement is the latest chapter in our company's long history of working closely with the ABA and ensures that Martindale-Hubbell's pre-eminent database of lawyers will continue to power the official third-party lawyer directory on the ABA Web site," said Paul Gazzolo, senior vice president of business development and marketing for New Providence, N.
We are proud that the ABA Marketing Network has recognized the work we do for KeyBank but, more importantly, that our work produces significant results for Key.
This new service delivers information from the comprehensive Martindale-Hubbell database of more than 900,000 listings of lawyers and law firms exclusively through ABA Network, the ABA's official Web site.
Robert Stein, executive director of the ABA, said: "This new venture will enhance greatly the ABA's ability to service our members, particularly lawyers who work in small law firms or alone, as well as the profession at large.