service bureau

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Noun1.service bureau - a business that makes its facilities available to others for a feeservice bureau - a business that makes its facilities available to others for a fee; achieves economy of scale
agency - a business that serves other businesses
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2]), a new product SWIFT was developing that would be hosted on the cloud, could run without the aid of a service bureau and would have none of the limits on transactions and message types that held back the old Alliance Lite.
All government establishments that have particular rules to regulate the status of their employees are subject to the supervision and management oversight of the Civil Service Bureau to ensure that they comply fully with the public policy of the State in the area of civil service.
The main difference between xSPs and traditional service bureaus is the technology used to provide the service, but the principles discussed in this book are relevant to both.
The first step by the service bureau was to set up a triangle of communications between the customer, foundry and itself.
Expanding its capacity to four SLA machines in the last four years, Metro now also operates an RP service bureau for OEMs and other molders.
This web-enabled application, combined with their service bureau expertise, made them an obvious partner to handle our fulfillment requirements.
The company uses the service bureau PR Newswire to broadcast fax to the news media, industry analysts and consultants.
OTTAWA, July 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Corel Corporation and its subsidiaries announced today a decision to provide free technical support, on a toll-free line, for CorelDRAW(TM) and related products to all Corel approved resellers, distributors, service bureaus and training centers.
Georgia Farm Bureau has also found UltiPro to be more efficient than the service bureau the insurance company previously used when making changes that affect nearly everyone in its employee population.
A service bureau might have one machine or several machines handling the same process, but many have an assortment of rapid prototyping technologies under one roof.
DTM recently entered into an agreement with Japan's Sumitomo Group, a leading materials supplier that will serve as DTM's Asian service bureau and distributor.
Trust outsourcing (known as Mellon Accounting Services), which provides complete back-office support for trust and investment businesses through service bureau or software licensing arrangements; and