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White Paper

An official document issued by a company describing and promoting a new product it intends to begin offering to customers. A white paper can both encourage customers to buy the product and encourage investors to buy shares in the company. The information provided in the white paper is generally quite detailed. See also: Marketing.
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The Alinean White Paper Content Audit enables B2B marketers to understand how white papers can be transformed from static, one-size-fits-all documents into interactive white papers, delivering the relevant information buyers require, cutting through buyer information overload to drive more effective demand-gen campaigns.
But Writing White Papers provided me with an entirely new perspective, and specific steps to follow, that I used to write a white paper that created favorable comment from people very familiar with my writing.
The Guide White Paper correctly identified many of the long-term requirements that today shape the storage and networking industry.
The white paper talks about creating a new basic arm's-length rate of return "ballroom" method.
Alinean develops the Alinean Interactive White Paper by leveraging existing white paper content or helping to create new content.
These measured steps will send a powerful message while affording Congress reasonable time to gauge the efficacy of the proposals in the White Paper.
As the white paper notes, "market pressures demand that each new generation of networking and communications system deliver both higher performance and new functionality at a lower price.
Marketers can also link their white paper listings to their product listings and company profile within the Web Buyer's Guide -- giving technology buyers a comprehensive overview of their company and offerings.
In principle, super royalty, as interpreted by the White Paper, is nothing more than a codification of pre-1986 jurisprudential principles augmented by a more systematic approach to pricing methods where the objective standard of the "comparable uncontrolled price" is not available.
The model we have developed in this white paper helps identify those processes in common language and offers strategic and tactical benefits of applying measurement standards to those processes," he added.
The White Paper Guide currently features white papers with the topics of Security and Storage.
White Paper Produced by Collaboration of Leading Technology and Entertainment Industry Groups, Including the DWA and MPAA, Describes How Digital Watermarks Can Benefit Both Consumers and Content Owners