Advantage Communications ….
Provides superior, high-quality technical documentation services that lower costs, increase profits, and lead to significantly higher client satisfaction and retention.
Focuses on overall document quality, resulting in a stand-out product. In many industries, companies use similar technologies, but relatively few go the final step to ensure the delivery of well-written, error-free documents to the client.
Delivers services that result in a higher quality end product eliminating the need to create multiple versions of a single document requiring implementation of cumbersome document management systems.
Provides fully outsourced technical editor and writer functions that reduce fixed-cost overhead, thereby lowering the cost of providing services; this cost savings can be passed on to the client in the form of offering more competitive proposals and services.
Recognizes the importance of tailoring multiple-author documents to facilitate an end product that is consistent in terms of a “written voice” and technical details (findings, statistics, etc.).
Helps you win the battle for first impressions. Producing an error-free proposal, grant, journal article, or other technical document will eliminate the possibility of creating a negative impression associated with flawed documents that frequently results in lost business or professional opportunity.
Most of us are familiar with the basic tenets upon which the elementary school experience is based, the "Three Rs":
Reading, wRiting and aRithmetic.
At Advantage Communications, we believe that the "Four Cs" are equally important tenets regarding technical writing:
Clarity, Conciseness, Comprehensiveness, and Correctness.
Every document we review is edited with these goals in mind. We can assist you by applying these basic rules to the documents you prepare, thereby ensuring you that you will be successful in making your point.
Lee Iacocca embraced this concept wholeheartedly, as evidenced by his maxim,,,
"You can have brilliant ideas, but if you can't get them across, your ideas won't get you anywhere."