AnswerFirst Communications, an international telephone answering & messaging service, attended the Florida Bar 2014 Winter Meeting.

Answerfirst Attends Florida Bar Winter MeetingAnswerFirst Communications, an international live telephone answering service and customer service solutions company specializing in answering services, messaging services, virtual receptionist and call center solutions, announced that they attended the Florida Bar 2014 Annual Meeting at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida January 25-26, 2014.

According to their website, the organized bar in Florida is a statewide professional organization of lawyers that serves as a guardian for the integrity of the legal profession; the bar also serves an advocate and intermediary for attorneys, the court and the public. The Florida Bar holds three meetings each year to give members an opportunity to network, attend committee meetings and earn CLE credits at seminars with respected legal scholars. The Winter Meeting is the first meeting of the year and the first opportunity for Bar members including lawyers, judges and other legal professionals to get together in 2014. The annual event provides committees, event sponsors and bar members an opportunity to meet, while also serving as a networking and educational environment for members and other attendees. AnswerFirst attended this year’s Winter Meeting as an exhibitor with the intention of promoting their answering services and customer service solutions to the hundreds of attorneys and legal services in attendance.

Teri Erickson, Business Development Coordinator at AnswerFirst said,

Our answering services are a perfect fit for legal professionals because we help their businesses run more efficiently while reducing their operating costs and increasing their revenue potential. The legal industry is highly competitive and attorneys that use our services gain a competitive edge by having someone available to answer their phones 24/7 at a fraction of the cost of what it would cost them to hire employees to provide around-the-clock phone coverage.”