Madison Advisors Hosts Seminar at Billing Statement Presentation, Payment and Remittance Processing Conference
Press release from the issuing company
Colleyville, TX (November 17, 2005) – Madison Advisors, the analyst firm behind the original best practices analysis (BPA), today announced that it will host a pre-conference seminar at the Billing Statement Presentation, Payment and Remittance Processing Conference organized by Telestrategies. The Seminar entitled, “Document Production and Delivery Best Practices – Are You Best in Class?" will be held on Wednesday, November 30, 2005, at the Tysons Corner Marriott in Tysons Corner, Virginia.
This special half-day workshop, led by Madison Advisors and a panel of leading vendors, will provide attendees a good assessment of:
What are the “best in class” characteristics in telecommunications billing today
What new technologies are being adopted and deployed
What are the trends in this segment related to hardcopy and electronic distribution
A methodology to determine whether your company’s document production and delivery processes and procedures are “best in class”
The seminar will focus on Madison Advisors’ 2005 BPA report, which provides the industry with the most extensive best practices analysis available in the market. The detailed study includes over 600 criteria, allowing Madison Advisors to more fully assess the high-volume output, print on demand (POD), and electronic delivery operations of internal document services operations and for-profit service providers. In addition, the study offers peer-group analysis, in which participants are ranked within their unique vertical market, as well as against the industry at large.
Organizations are invited to participate in this ongoing study to gain objective insight into how their operations and practices compare to those of the industry at large, as well as against organizations within their vertical market. Throughout the study, BPA participants benefit from the real-time analysis and expert opinions of Madison Advisors’ analysts in several areas, including:
The best application of resources to support high levels of document production efficiency, effectiveness, and quality
Means for achieving cost containment
Strategies for successfully deploying technology
Guidance for enhancing organizational control to gain additional improvements over time
In addition, all participants in the BPA receive customized analysis and recommendations from Madison Advisors’ analyst team through a customized analysis report and a Q&A conference session.
To learn more about the BPA study or to participate, contact Kemal Carr of Madison Advisors at 817- 684-7545 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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