Examined Business

Examined Business

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The forum examined business opportunities within the Domain Name sector and provided participants from governments, ccTLD and gTLD Registries, Registrars, and the broader business community an opportunity to share experiences and best practices.
2billion by the end of 2010 and had examined business plans from the 30 developers representing more than a third of Nama's loan portfolio.
Public speaking occurred in business settings, so speech and debate programs examined business speech.
Aberdeen Group examined business intelligence and analytics initiatives of more than 250 service operations in a diverse set of industries.
The research also examined business sectors attractive to investors - healthcare and niche manufacturing are particularly popular - but also might be regarded as "no go".
However, some scientists have examined business professionals in real-decision environments and concluded that groupware produces more speed, higher-quality decisions, greater group consensus and more satisfied participants.
When we examined Business Objects' product offering and EIM strategy, we recognized an excellent opportunity to pair it with Nimaya's CustomerGrid Platform," said Todd While, VP of Business Development for Nimaya.
The Booz Allen study examined business units with sales from $1 billion to more than $20 billion at 50 companies split evenly between North America and Europe, in industries including consumer goods, chemicals, telecommunications, media and financial services.
The Forum examined business leadership and its impact on the bottom line and the economy, and ways we can work to build a strong foundation for the future.
HP, in co-operation with INSEAD, has examined business process change across a diverse set of industries and has identified time, range and ease as the three most critical dimensions for assessing the impact of change on business processes and the supporting IT and application infrastructure.
HP, in cooperation with INSEAD, has examined business process change across a diverse set of industries and has identified time, range and ease as the three most critical dimensions for assessing the impact of change on business processes and the supporting IT and application infrastructure.
The survey examined business losses, workplace violence, productivity, employee turnover, and relationships.