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Fedder Launches Virtual Administration: A Revolutionary Solution for Business Owners

NEW YORK — Fedder Solutions, a leader in custom database design for over
ten years, announces the launch of a Virtual Services division specializing
in helping business owners and executives handle administrative tasks
virtually, so that they can focus on the growing needs of their business.
Most businesses need administrative assistance, but prefer not to have a
full-time in-house employee.

A virtual administrator eliminates the need for an employee or temp by using
the Internet and email with other innovative communication tools to take on
time-consuming tasks. In contrast to other temporary solutions, the new
Virtual Services division benefits businesses and executives by providing
services that include data entry, word processing, bookkeeping, personnel
recruitment, transcription, desktop publishing, meeting and event planning,
Internet research, mailings and other tasks, explains Christine B.
Hutchinson, Manager of the division.

Christine notes that, “the major benefit of partnering with a virtual
administrator is that the possibilities are endless!” Virtual
Administrators provide administrative support on an as-needed basis,
preferring to build long-term relationships with customers. Fee structure
is hourly, with all additional fringe benefit costs eliminated, it’s
virtually painfree.”

Virtual Administration makes use of state-of-art-technology. Communications,
schedule changes, reports, and customer service alerts are
transmitted in real time, thus avoiding unnecessary downtime. And the good
news is that through the implementation of web-based tools, a virtual
administrator can ensure a positive experience for small business owners,
entrepreneurs and CEOs alike.

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