Sira Business Services: mopping up
Sira Business Services was floated in April 1996 and is Cromwell Cleaning's holding company with 700 employees working full time and part time. The company has more than 600 clients and sees the business as process management. Sira's overheads are high but the company argues that its prices are competitive for a quality service. Aggressive marketing and investment in information technology form part of the company's approach. The company is likely to announce an acquisition in Jul 1996.
Publication Name: Investors Chronicle
Healthcare benefits management/outsourcing
Employee benefit and outsourcing services are discussed in detail by Michael J. Baker of Raymond James and Associates. Benefits automation is a key area these companies face in the future.
Publication Name: The Wall Street Transcript
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