What We Do
Our team offers technical writing services, technical editing services, and proofreading services—to make your training manuals, reports, audit manuals, and QC manuals easier to read.
Years in Biz
Testimonials & Featured Clients
“We had over 2,000 pages of very critical scientific research that needed to be easily understood by our Department of Defense stakeholders. Paula’s team consolidated and organized the material so that our military and government partners and others could easily understand the benefit of our researchers’ work. The documents that we received were clear, concise, and accurate.”
“We hired Peters Writing Services to create a highly complex RFP proposal for us. Their level of service and integrity was exceptional. We used it to find a great vendor, and 5 out of the 6 vendors bidding on our project said it was the best, most detailed proposal they had ever seen.”
“The quality of work has been excellent. Peters Writing Services provided exceptional support to the team on the last proposal. I couldn’t be happier with how things are working out. It seems like each endeavor is a learning experience which we apply to the next. Our relationship is evolving and we are excited about future projects with Peters Writing. THANKS!”
“You are our vendor of choice.”
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