ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--“I’m going to Disney World because I intend to expand a core ambition of Walt Disney,” said David Howe, president of SubscriberWise. “To make the world a better place for children. And I can’t imagine a better place than the ‘Magic Kingdom’ for SubscriberWise to advance its nationwide efforts to end child identity theft through technology and education.”
On July 24th through the 27th, the home of the ‘House with a Mouse’ will be the site of the NCTC and ACA Independent Show at The Walt Disney World in Orlando. Among all the educational and exciting events planned for the annual conference, the women and men who own and operate the nation’s communications companies will also have an opportunity to hear about SubscriberWise’s legislative efforts and its award-winning technology that will protect the children in the communities they serve (http://subscriberwise.com/media/Apology.wav).
“There’s little doubt that Walt Disney would be proud to know that his world-class entertainment complex would be a conference site to advocate for children in this unique and important way. I’m humbled that SubscriberWise will be there to elevate Disney’s vision to make the world a better place for children,” Howe concluded.
SubscriberWise® launched as the first issuing consumer reporting agency exclusively for the cable industry in 2006. The company filed extensive documentation and end-user agreements to access TransUnion’s consumer database. TransUnion approved the request as part of a pilot project in 2007. In 2009, SubscriberWise and TransUnion announced a joint marketing agreement for the benefit of America’s cable operators. Today SubscriberWise is a risk management preferred-solutions provider for the National Cable Television Cooperative. The NCTC helps nearly 1000 members nationwide.
SubscriberWise was founded by David Howe who is the credit manager for MCTV, where he has remained employed for two decades.
SubscriberWise contributions to telecom are quantified in the billions of dollars annually.