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Moving Bytes gives clients multi-service and user account control.

Moving Bytes Inc. (OTCBB:MBYTF), a web-based provider of document processing and business communications services has announced the success of its recently launched online account administration portal.

From a single login, an Account Administrator can access all services assigned to the account, add and upgrade services, create unique users and assign services to users. With multi-user management, companies can allocate access and service levels on-demand, resulting in better-cost control and reduced implementation time. Current and past billing statements, usage details, payment history and account profiles are also available for clients to review online, as well as the ability to make electronic payments.

"Not only are we excited about our complete account administration portal, our clients have given us great feedback and they are thrilled about having real-time access to such versatile account control options," stated Company President Mark Smith. "Additionally, with the online billing and payment feature we believe we've given greater control to our clients while streamlining and automating administrative functions."

Moving Bytes is a web-based provider of document processing and business communications solutions to businesses worldwide.
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Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:May 5, 2003
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