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Media advertising services that do more.

Imagine a relationship with your agencies or advertisers that’s completely in sync. A media-buy business cycle without road bumps. And the burden of revenue pressures lifted. If you’re in media advertising, you’re expected to do more with less. Now you can do more with Warren Lamb—automated services and unparalleled support designed to streamline workflows, increase efficiencies and let you focus on what’s important.

Electronic Transactions / EDI

You deserve more. We deliver: exchanging electronic invoices, contracts, traffic and pre/post logs directly in or out of your system.
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Traffic Instructions

Instructions from faxes and emails—that’s no way to live. Try one consistent form, ready to review and load.
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Invoice Reconciliation

Those low-margin, high-volume invoices that always cost you too many hours to make processing worthwhile? Consider it done.
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Team Communication

Where’d that decision come from and what was the context? The answer’s at your fingertips with our real-time communication tool.
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You won’t meet another media advertising services company like us. And while it wouldn’t be sincere for anyone to promise you perfection 100% of the time, we can promise accountability, integrity and a passionate dedication to services that dramatically improve your day-to-day processes.

Thoughtful simplification

Automated processes that just work. Fast rollout, minimal training—and most important, zero stress.

Above-and-beyond support

Reliable, responsive support from a core team that’s zealously committed to your success.

Straightforward pricing

No surprises or complicated structures. One upfront annual fee for all that we do.

Commitment that beats SLAs

Seriously. Clients stay with us because they want to, not because they have to.

Find out more about how your peace of mind is top of mind at Warren Lamb.

Recent Thoughts

You Can Leave Your Hat On...

By Warren Lamb on Nov 28, 2017

Whatever it’s called—remote working, telecommuting, working-at-home, home office—the idea of not working in the office every day seems to no longer be the soup du jour in the workplace. Notable large companies are bringing their employees back into the office. Some, like Apple, have created very nice places to work. But why the change? The most recent excuse appears to be the need for close proximity of teams in order to improve productivity.


Leadership Lessons from My Dad

By Warren Lamb on Oct 04, 2017

Several years ago my sister and I realized that it was time for our dad to move closer to one of us. Fortunately, we found a great facility only 20 minutes away from my family. For the first time since I was in college, he was close enough to join us for lunch after church, spend Sunday afternoons with 9 of his grandchildren, attend their performances and concerts, and enjoy a time of rest after a lifetime of activity.