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CTDI Reduces Corporate Risk with Amber Road’s Restricted Party Screening (RPS) On-Demand Solution

March 14, 2012

CTDI is a telecommunications service company that provides maintenance and product service solutions to the global telecommunications industry.

It services original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and carriers with 42 international strategic repair and logistics locations supported by an experienced team of over 3,500 telecommunications professionals.

CTDI offers a comprehensive service portfolio that includes: wireline/wireless repair and logistics, engineering and installation services, global supply chain solutions and product engineering and manufacturing.

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