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Argus

A computer program widely used among real estate investors to analyze portfolio performance and purchase opportunities.It is becoming increasingly important for graduates of business schools to have working knowledge of the Argus software if they want to secure employment with large institutional owners and managers of real estate.(For more information go to Realm Web site at www.realm.com.)

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Data provided by Argus are widely used for indexation of physical trade.
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The descriptors make it easy for commercial real estate professionals to easily determine which ARGUS Software products are best for them.
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Second Sight is a registered trademark and Argus is a trademark of Second Sight Medical Products, Inc.
With a focus on achieving the best possible clinical, financial, and operational outcomes for its clients, Argus works to address the wide range of complexities facing healthcare organizations today.
Golden DRAGON ARGUS LEDs provide a switching time of less than 100 nanoseconds (ns), creating an ideal solution for sequential coloring, a process in which the three basic colors are pulsed at high frequency and in a particular sequence.
Argus FMB Fertilizer Brazil will help companies understand pricing and opportunities in this key regional market.
Featuring video guided workouts, a heart rate monitor, pedometer, sleep tracker and social community, Argus motivates people to do more and meet their lifestyle goals