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Project-Question: Off Site Administrative Svcs Urgent!
ID: 1142017668

Status: Open Urgent!
Created: 3/10/2006 11:07
Delivery Date: 3/25/2006 11:07 (expired)
Project-Question Creator: ike
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We are the Secretaries and Word Processors who worked for the Major Law Firms, Financial and Investment Institutions, and Trade Organizations between 1976 and-2005. Our trade professionals have 30 years of work-related experience and education and are fluent in current and past software programs, computer hardware, and office machinery. We own our computers and software packages. Working from our facility will enable us to keep our prices affordable.

We will provide a variety of administrative services to our Customers.
WORD PROCESSING: Document Formatting, Slide Show Presentations, Form Designs and Automation, Book Layout and Production. BOOKKEEPING: convert receipts into accounting programs, OFFICE AUTOMATION: Scan paper files to graphic images and store onto CDs or DVDs. LEGAL AND MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION

Is this a service Companies will use?
Should we market to small, medium or large companies?
Would Confidentiality issues hinder our Off-Site Services?
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ciera $ 50 1 day(s) 8/28/2014 15:22
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You should reach out to the larger companies and make your brand bigger dont settle for less.
kkemper $ 125 14 day(s) 3/10/2006 11:24
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start your own law firm. hire an atty. he works for you. it sounds absurd but why not?

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