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2 AboutthisIndustry
2 2 2 3 Industry Definition Main Activities Similar Industries Additional Resources 16 International Trade 17 Business Locations 29 Industry Assistance

30 KeyStatistics 19 CompetitiveLandscape
19 Market Share Concentration 19 Key Success Factors 19 Cost Structure Benchmarks 21 Basis of Competition 30 Industry Data 30 Annual Change 30 Key Ratios

4 IndustryataGlance 5 IndustryPerformance
5 5 6 8 Executive Summary Key External Drivers Current Performance Industry Outlook

31 Jargon&Glossary

21 Barriers to Entry 22 Industry Globalization

23 MajorCompanies
23 Nuance Communications Inc. 24 MModal Inc.

11 Industry Life Cycle

13 Products&Markets
13 Supply Chain 13 Products & Services 14 Demand Determinants 15 Major Markets

27 OperatingConditions
27 Capital Intensity 28 Technology & Systems 28 Revenue Volatility 29 Regulation & Policy

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AboutthisIndustry
IndustryDefinition
This industry provides one or more of the following: letter or resume writing; document editing or proofreading; typing, word processing or desktop publishing; and stenographic (except court reporting or stenotype recording), transcription and other secretarial services. This industry does not include document translation services, prepress and postpress services, or document copying services.

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