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Conversion Services... connecting the dots

On typical projects data conversion will account for 65% - 80% of the total project cost. For this reason, it is imperative that data conversion be managed in a systematic, efficient manner. Quality management is central to the success of a data conversion project. Many projects involve field verification, GPS, multiple source documents, landbase acquisition and as well as other challenges. Mid-State has significant experience to manage complex GIS data conversion projects. A conversion control process will be defined as part of the project to ensure standards for 1) landbase, 2) symbology, 3) attributes, 4) data mapping, 5) scrub, 6) held order management, 7) data discrepancies, 8) a baseline for quality assurance (QA).

The Mid-States Consultants conversion team has a proven track record in GIS data conversion specific to communications. The individuals who are tasked to interpret the source data have significant experience in communication networks, i.e. they understand the business. To facilitate the data conversion process it is imperative that the conversion team be competent in their understanding of pair/strand counts, cable configurations, technology, equipment and customer information. Data conversion not only involves people, maps and records, but also innovative ideas. Our conversion processes has been recognized by GITA for pioneering new, cost-effective data build concepts applied in real projects. We welcome the opportunity to discuss our data conversion capabilities and your data conversion needs.

Main  Main:  (435) 623-8601

Sales  Sales:  (435) 623-6676

Email  Email:  e-tics@mscon.com

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Mid-State Consultants receives award from National ESOP

WASHINGTON, April 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The ESOP Association has presented 49 corporate members of the Association with a Silver ESOP Award to recognize their work in sustaining their ESOP (employee stock ownership plan) for 25 years or more. This year, the Silver ESOP Awards are being presented to companies that will be celebrating 25 years or more as an ESOP company in 2012. This is the fifth year the Silver ESOP Awards have been presented by the Association. In 2008, 117 corporate members were presented with the first annual Silver ESOP Awards; 2009, 12 members; 2010, 22 members; and in 2011, 41 members were honored. To be named a Silver ESOP Award recipient, a company must be a member of The ESOP Association and have an ESOP in place for 25 years or more. "It is my pleasure to present these 49 companies with the 2012 Silver ESOP Award for excellence in sustaining their ESOP for 25 years," said ESOP Association President J. Michael Keeling. "As recent research has shown, employees with employee stock ownership have more sustainable employment and were four times less likely to be laid off during the Great Recession than employees without employee stock ownership. Preserving locally-controlled jobs in today's global economy is more likely when employees are owners." Read story...

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Global telecom industry revenue to grow at 5.3% annuall

The global telecommunications industry continues to expand as spending by consumers and businesses for wireless services fuels industry revenue growth, a market analysis report from the Insight Research Corp. says. According to the report, “The 2012 Telecommunications Industry Review: An Anthology of Market Facts and Forecasts,” telecommunications services revenue on a worldwide basis will grow from $2.1 trillion in 2012 to $2.7 trillion in 2017 at a combined average growth rate of 5.3%. Read story...

Rural telecom groups: Call completion needs improvement

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