revenue boost in 2006.

September 16, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Education News came to the Custom Research and University writing service market in 2004 and ever since provided quality writing assistance to global customers. According to Scott Wardner, CEO of, the company conquered a 6.4% market share within only one year, an achievement that only few writing firms could boast. To guarantee future market supremacy, the company streamlined its operations and improved its weaknesses that halted further development. Scot Wardner, notes that efficiency is the key to corporate success and company does everything possible to minimize the costs by utilizing modern technology.

According to, the online plagiarism fighting company, most companies on the market fail to provide quality research assistance and thus jeopardize their client’s academic success. considers quality and reliability as a vital element of corporate success since the corporate inception in 2004. The main problem with plagiarism is represented by the fact that unless properly controlled writers are tempted to represent the existing work as their own and make money without spending much time writing essays on their own. since the first day of work learnt from the mistakes other companies made and immediately introduced proper quality control measures to capitalize on quality research. The company uses a proprietary plagiarism detection software, internally labeled as “PlagiStop”, which integrated in its quality control system.

Currently, uses a two-step plagiarism control process. Each essay before being sent to the customer gets tested with PlagiStop. If plagiarism is spotted, the essay gets returned to the writer. If no plagiarism is found, the essay is sent to the editor for manual checks and amendments. It is only when the professional editor finds the essay of acceptable quality it is forwarded to the customer.

Proper HR strategies is another strategy that uses to guarantee a decent place under the sun. in 2004, started with only 15 writers and within a year hired another 52 professional researchers and writers competent in different academic fields. Because of proper motivation program, the firm had increased the employee satisfaction and minimized the number of revisions to 5% of the total number of orders placed with projects another 8% market share increase in 2006 and 11% increase in 2007. The earnings growth in 2006 is expected to be 18%. These challenging predictions are based on the constant improvements makes on a daily basis. Scott Wardner believes the company will attract users not only from North America, but also from Australia and Great Britain through major search engines like Google, Yahoo! and MSN.

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Paul Sloan is a Professional Custom Writer/Ghost Writer currently employed at He holds an MBA degree in Finance (minor Management).