Does this sentence make sense? Is term 'provision of services' used correctly or should I use 'realization of services'?

'Versatile machinery guarantees provision of services to the most demanding customers, such as .....'


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It makes sense, meaning Machinery guarantees [that] services will be provided [to even] the most demanding customers . . . .

A wording closer to mine may be considered as a more straightforward style, but your example is grammatical and makes sense.

The first example below shows a similar use.

Some googled examples

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