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    Data Processing Services in Cambridge

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    Business Listing   Cambridge Information Services - Cambridge, MA - Phone: (617) 497-7170

    Business Listing   Jen Associates - Cambridge, MA - Phone: (617) 868-5578

    Business Listing   Patni Computer - Cambridge, MA - Phone: (617) 876-1214

    Business Listing   Trades Quoates Inc - Cambridge, MA - Phone: (617) 492-0600

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    Helpful Definition for: Data Processing Services

    Data processing services in Cambridge provide cost effective data entry and capture, audio transcription, document scanning, barcode recognition, optical character recognition, image indexing, database list maintenance, rebate fulfillment, secure production facilities, climate controlled environment, experienced project management, quality assurance and status, quality batch control and customized reporting, document storage and destruction, and custom data processing services. They are experts in providing data processing services to support large, medium and small scale, conversion services for projects that require quick turnaround and superior quality. Using some of the latest technologies and processes, they provide with the highest quality services available in Cambridge. They customize services to meet the unique requirements of each project.

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