IBSPS

AcronymDefinition
IBSPSIncentives-Based Secrets Protection System (business strategy)
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IBSPs may not be tot everyone, but their value cannot be ignored.
An Internet business service provider (IBSP), also known as the on-demand or Web-service model, is the latest breed of business software provider in the long-term care field.
An IBSP, because it is built from the ground upasa Web site, works like a well-designed Web site should and is designed for the end user, not for the highly skilled computer technician.
An IBSP can immediately address software problems as they are recognized; therefore, the product itself is refined quicker and adapted to the needs of the user, as opposed to traditional-model providers that wait until they can package multiple repairs in one update, thus extending the time between problem recognition and repair.
* Using an IBSP is like having the power company deliver power to you.
Mike Wessinger is founder and CEO of Wescom, a Toronto-based healthcare technology company specializing in Long-term care, and a provider of the IBSP offering known as PointClickCare.com.
A formal agreement should specify on what schedule, and by which means, contributions will flow to the charity from the IBSP. For example, will donations be sent upon receipt, weekly, quarterly?
A formal agreement should specify whether or not the charity will be able to monitor its account in real time, or if the IBSP will supply a periodic report pursuant to an agree-upon schedule.
The IBSP should clearly and unambiguously disclose to all potential donors and site visitors that a transaction or similar fee will be charged against the donation for administration of the gift, if such a fee is charged.
The IBSP should assume liability for assuring the completion of the donation transaction (i.e.
A formal agreement should specify whether or not the IBSP is capturing demographic information or similar data of any kind concurrent with the transaction, or in post-transaction surveys.
If information about donors is being collected, the IBSP should clearly and readily disclose this fact to potential donors and site visitors.