APSP

AcronymDefinition
APSPAssociation of Pool and Spa Professionals
APSPAll-Pairs Shortest Path (programming)
APSPAfrican People's Socialist Party
APSPAdvanced Programmable Signal Processor
APSPAccess Point Security Protocol (Cisco)
APSPAdult Protective Services Program
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Advance prices are $140 for APSP members and $165 for non-members.
Ernest Diaz, CEO of APSP, said, "We could have purchased home sleep testing devices, but our detailed analysis showed that the logistical burden associated with such a purchase, not to mention the cost of the devices themselves, would be onerous.
The ability to easily and securely accept any type of payment has become a fundamental element in maintaining dealership customer satisfaction, and is a critical component to any pool, spa and hot tub business," said Bill Weber, chief executive officer of APSP.
The APSP International Awards of Excellence competition is a tradition honoring the world's premier pools, spas, hot tubs and water features," said APSP President and CEO Bill Weber.
APSP National declined, but offered a loan of $25,000 to help the group until its APSP Regional Service Center was established.
As part of the agreement, NSPF will translate key APSP materials, including Tech I, Tech II, Certified Service Professional and Certified Building Professional manuals, into Spanish over the next year.
Running on APSP, the Accenture Citizen Self-Service Portal will provide a secure, public-facing online access tool to help connect Kansas citizens to caseworkers and benefit programs.
Sales/Marketing Director Ted Robinson had this to say about being included into the Pool & Spa Industry search, "We at Pc Pools could not be happier about our inclusion into the APSP search.
This year, APSP decided to channel those discretionary funds into the CDC's efforts.
I believe Bill is one of the last major pieces needed to move APSP to the next level.
The APSP is an international trade organization focused on providing education and business success for its members.
In May, Central Arizona approached APSP wanting the national body to specify exactly how much money would be distributed to the chapter.