Atlas Business Consulting Inc.Business Writing
According to Brant W. Knapp, author of “A Project Manager’s Guide to Passing the Project Management Exam,” the best business writing can be “understood clearly when read quickly. The message should be well planned, simple, clear, and direct.”
Atlas Business Consulting
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Business writing has become a major stumbling block business owners, and the need for language fluency and liquidity has never been more important than today.
Good writing guarantees that the target audience receives the information transmitted by the client. This is dependent on the form, essence and required formality for the communication which crisscrosses various industries in Canada as well as the Global marketplace.
Given the multiplicity of business documents circulated, we can achieve for our clients concise, understandable, effective, and relevant personalized templates that would be free of excessive wording and jargon to communicate the business matter. Following our extensive research and industry understanding, we can assist clients develop instructional, persuasive, transactional, and informative business correspondence.
The general purpose is to convey the right information to the client’s customers (whether internal or external) and ensure progress is markedly assessed across the timeframe of the product or service.
Documenting business processes helps onboard new staff quicker and ensures everyone works efficiently.
Do you have a “sticky” topic or message to convey internally? Need to be clear and concise without unsettling the recipients? Let us craft the right message for you.
Financials & Business Reports
We’ll help you assess the audience and determine the best format for creating a business report or financial document everyone understands.
Task Specification Document
We can help define units of work, engineering work order activities, product specifications, and other technical procedures.
We can assist with RFP writing and presentations to help you close more business.
A well-crafted message and subject line can make the difference between an opened e-mail and a click to your product or service offering.