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Europe, Middle East and Africa

The branch of a multinational corporation that operates in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. EMEA companies have their own officers and operating structures independent of, say, the American or Japanese branches. For example, Multinational Corporation A has one board of directors and set of shareholders, but its EMEA branch has its own CEO, CFO, and so forth.
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Covered in this Report The Industrial Automation market in the EMEA region can be divided into five segments: PLM, DCS, SCADA, PLC, and MES.
EMEA has released a table of translations required for orphan drug designation applications--http://www.
The EMEA guidance recommends that metabolites exceeding 10% of the drug residue should be assessed for environmental risk.
Building on this momentum, HP is well positioned to maintain its leadership in EMEA in 2003 and beyond, with continued investment in innovative new server technologies for Itanium, HP UX and Linux as well as adopting Microsoft Windows 2003 Server for the enterprise.
Oracle's 6,200 EMEA partners represent a vast range of organisations spanning systems integrators, independent software vendors, resellers, distributors, hardware vendors and hosting service providers.
He has been managing strategic accounts in EMEA for the last two years.
4 Video Surveillance Software Market in the EMEA Region 07.
According to Norm Francis, president and CEO, Pivotal, "HP will accelerate the adoption of the Pivotal Demand Chain Network solution suite across EMEA.
Conceived by e-Dialog and Return Path, this Sender Score Receiver Alliance will combine resources from each company in order to achieve maximum market coverage in the EMEA countries and provide efficient client service.
This IDC Energy Insights study analyzes EMEA utility trends regarding mobility, such as device proliferation, mobile management, platforms diversity, mobile apps, and bring your own device (BYOD).
It has released procedures used in the publication of EMEA documents on the agency's public website--http://www.
Primacy offers the EMEA region localized delivery of world-class assignment management services from major operational centers in Geneva, London, Paris and Munich, offices throughout Europe and on-the-ground representatives virtually everywhere.