Business Services

Business services

Business services refer to the work that a business performs to support its operations and meet customer needs. This includes banking, warehousing, transport and communication.


Service Businesses operate in a business environment, which means they focus on customers rather than their own products. This means that they must have excellent customer-service skills and a commitment to delivering the best possible experience for their customers.

In contrast to products, a service business does not store or inventory the services it provides. It must deliver the services when they are needed.

A service business is made up of individuals who are knowledgeable in a particular area of expertise and are experienced in providing specific services. These professionals provide valuable expertise, training and tools to their clients so that they can help them with specific business challenges.


For example, a computer maintenance business helps companies keep their computers and networks in good working order. It also provides tech support to users when they encounter issues with their machines or systems.

The industry also includes companies that provide security, transportation, communications and other non-financial services to businesses. These services are often sold to businesses directly, with some of them offering a subscription model for the service.

As in product businesses, a service company must develop a compelling value proposition to attract and retain customers. In addition, it must ensure that the service it provides is efficient and effective. This requires managers to make a significant shift in perspective from product design to service-business management.