service firm


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Noun1.service firm - a business that makes its facilities available to others for a feeservice firm - 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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Additionally, a specialized type of services firm, an emarketplace service firm, has cropped up.
By contrast, a company that outsources loses day-to-day control over its activities to the vendor--usually a professional service firm.
Clients are turning to the same service firm that deployed their initial Internet capabilities for help in developing CRM capabilities.
In the absence of exculpation, the partners of a professional service firm will have joint and several liability, under which each partner is responsible for the full amount of the obligation, and may look to their partners for contribution.
ArrAy's offshore component allows the service firm to aggressively respond to customers' evolving requirements in these tough times.
14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Detroit-area professional service firms are making five critical mistakes with social media, according to a new proprietary study conducted by Bianchi Public Relations, Inc.
To comply with new federal privacy-protection rules, six of the nation's leading title and mortgage document service firms have agreed to employ a National Notary Association (NNA) developed solution for a "one-stop" background screening and compliance training system for Notaries in the mortgage loan industry.
Market perception continues to be fragmented in the services industry, but service firms that can clearly demonstrate their value proposition, put together compelling solutions across the partner ecosystem, and capitalize on their market perception strengths, will continue to succeed," said Cushing Anderson, vice president for Consulting, Systems Integration, HR and Learning Services.
The trend of increased sophistication at real estate service firms, wherein professionals versed in many disciplines including finance, construction and architecture, tax and accounting, marketing and advertising, building maintenance and inspection, and appraisal services, work together to handle the many aspects of a complex deal, hasn't diminished the key role of the broker however.

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