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Business Value

How much a business is worth. Business value is a highly subjective measure because it involves estimating the value of intangible assets like trade secrets and brand recognition. It adds to this the value of tangible assets like machinery and stockholder equity. Business value is especially important for potential investors or buyers.

business value

The intangible value of a business,over and above the value of the land,improvements, fixtures, receivables, and cash. Intangibles may consist of goodwill, franchise value, and proprietary systems and procedures.

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A love like mine could not be concealed from a woman like you," he went on, trying to detach his mind from material considerations such as the business value of the shop, and the amount of money Mr Verloc might have left in the bank.
Here are the simple techniques you need to make the connections between EHS functions and your organization's business values.
Its practical approach gives you the vocabulary to speak the language of your CEO and CFO, using business value metrics they will understand.
The report describes the barriers between EHS performance and business value, and offers innovative and practical tools and techniques for selling EHS initiatives to management.
Synopses of special programs that enhance the business value of EHS functions and performance
Combination of Innovative Technology and Traditional Business Values
What's more, Aras embodies the traditional business values and work ethic that this country was built on, making it the type of sound investment Greylock seeks.
Innovator delivers what users have been demanding: a full-featured engineering business solution that is easy to use, deploy and adapt, and provides real business value fast," explained Schroer.
Investments that don't support imperatives have low relative business values and can probably be eliminated with little or no downside effect.
Even though this case study has been simplified for presentation here, you can see that the investments dealing with quality, safety, and environmental issues have the greatest relative business value.
So the message for divisional IS organizations is to get involved with business imperatives with high relative business value.
By basing these imperatives on strategic directions and expressing them as actions the organization must take to achieve these objectives, management is better able to engineer business processes and to set priorities by establishing the relative business value of investments.
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