New Y2K Supplier Audit Services

ILM Corp. is offering custom Year 2000 supplier audit services to agencies looking to accurately gauge their suppliers' readiness for the millennium. ILM's turnkey Year 2000 supplier audit will handle all the tasks required to audit suppliers-from mailing a standard or customized questionnaire and ensuring 100 percent response to compiling data and organizing documentation.

"Auditing suppliers can be a big and time-consuming headache, and I'm taking this headache away," said Jason Cohen, president of ILM, Fredericksburg, Va. "We're seeing increased focus on these concerns from our existing customers, so we've decided to offer a service that can help businesses increase awareness of their supplier's ability to provide goods and services before and after Jan. 1, 2000," Cohen said. "Your best defense to potential litigation is awareness of what your suppliers are doing."

For more information on ILM, visit www.ilmcorp.com.

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