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An organisation, body or business that provides services to the public. In the context of health and social care, these services can be commissioned by local authorities, primary care trusts (PCTs) and GP commissioning groups. The actual providers can vary from local organisations to large private firms and are often found on approved lists of suppliers of goods and services.
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In today's market, there is an expectation that service providers will support a variety of new programs that require experience and technology expertise in order to successfully implement at a reasonable cost.
Multiply that effort times the number of customers a service provider might have, and you could have a lot of user auditors wandering around service providers doing duplicative controls testing.
They are, after all, service providers for their companies.
Nortel Networks Shasta Out-of-the-Box Services, including selected third-party applications, position service providers to drive new revenue opportunities by offering IP services previously available only from customer premises-based equipment, and to lower the costs of deployment and management of those services.
The four distinct levels of service within the co-location service industry are: basic co-location services, co-location services with bandwidth, managed service providers, and hosted service providers.
Venture Funding allows service recipients a deduction for property transferred as compensation to service providers only if the property is included in the service provider's gross income or if the service recipient satisfies Regs.
Service contracts may give rise to private business use because of the flow of monies between the service provider and the facility financed by tax-exempt bonds.
This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Analysis of Service Providers' Enterprise Strategies in Asia Pacific provides an in-depth analysis of leading service providers in the Asia Pacific enterprise services market.
The ability to support these complementary but differing requirements addresses a fundamental business need for service providers as they offer services across fixed, mobile and converged networks.
As there are different types of service providers who are beginning to address the huge and largely underserved SBM, a one-size-fits-all approach neither works for small businesses nor for service providers.
Acme Packet Connected Universe, which was launched last month, helps Acme Packet-enabled service providers quickly find potential IP interconnect and peering arrangements and build business relationships with other Acme Packet-experienced service providers.
IP interconnects enable service providers to realize several valuable benefits, including:

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