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Research portable

Service offered to clients that transmits investment bank research electronically by computers.

Research Portable

Research from a brokerage or investment bank that may be made available to a client electronically. For example, a brokerage may e-mail a client its information and recommendations on a security in exchange for a fee. See also: Research department.
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It is an easy to use compact portable research and development instrument for microbiologists, who investigate, measure and observe microbial behaviour.
Mobile Video: The Next Pay-TV Battlefront is part of Parks Associates' Mobile and Portable research service, which analyzes developments in the market for mobile phones, tablets, and related services.
These data points suggest that the rapid adoption of smartphones and tablets as a visual and portable research tool may prove to have a great effect, and introduce new modalities, related to how people research and shop for cars.
Apple iPhone Siri Users is part of Parks Associates' Mobile and Portable research service.
Its innovations include being the first to use demand-based forecasting; the first to model semiconductor inventories in forecasts; the first to use cost-of-ownership models for evaluating equipment; the first the first to perform customer satisfaction surveys; the first semiconductor industry research firm to apply desktop publishing; and the first to provide portable research.
The trend of portability in user interaction devices is driving the need for more portable research tools that can capture user interaction in the way people use them in everyday life.
Its innovations include being the first to use demand-based forecasting; the first to model semiconductor inventories in forecasts; the first to use cost-of-ownership models for evaluating equipment; the first to perform customer satisfaction surveys; the first semiconductor industry research firm to apply desktop publishing; and the first to provide portable research.
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