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Analysis

The practice of examining information to determine what conclusions it indicates,. The information observed in analysis depends on the type of analysis being conducted. For example, technical analysis uses statistics to determine future price movements of securities, while fundamental analysis looks at indicators of a company's intrinsic value. Analysis may involve qualitative or quantitative information, or both. Most forms of analysis have both strengths and weaknesses.
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In its Forrester Wave[TM]: Enterprise Marketing Platforms, Q1 2008 (January 2008) report, Forrester found that SAS "offers a strong, analytically driven solution for relationship marketing.
Alterian is seeing increasing demand for its technology in regions outside of the US and Europe, as interest in Analytically Led Integrated Marketing expands.
While monopoly and force certainly played a role in the history of capitalism, whether most writers would see them as analytically fundamental to its definition is another matter.
it is particularly important that we learn how to "read" TV analytically, to evaluate its assorted ways of presenting--and distorting--information.
CHICAGO -- Alterian (LSE:ALN), the leading global provider of software for Analytically Led Integrated Marketing, launched a free E-mail Self-Evaluation on their corporate Web site, www.
Yet instead of analytically pulling codes apart in the manner of post--Cindy Sherman photography, Todd seamlessly reassembles the elements of her chosen genre and invests them with feeling.
There are still parents who don't think their daughters should be analytically minded, high school counselors who don't tell female students about (majors in technical fields).
Finally, this study cautions us on a number of levels against the utility of analytically vague, overarching pronouncements on nineteenth-century German antisemitism.
Comparison of NFCF relative to scheduled debt maturities delivers a more consistent, analytically appropriate method of predicting changes in corporate credit profiles.
In particular, through investment in technology, HSBC Finance continues to enhance their analytically driven decision making process for marketing, operations, collections and risk management.
One reference point for me has been the films of Sergei Paradjanov: rich, ambient, nonlinear folk histories, series of tableaux that envelop you so that you comprehend them both analytically and intuitively.
Well-written and analytically engaging, Race & the Shaping of Twentieth Century Atlanta makes a substantial contribution toward developing a broader understanding of the importance of race in the planning, development and administration of twentieth-century urban America and will prove valuable reading for historians of African America, city planners, urban historians and anyone else who is interested in understanding the complexity of the forces at work in American cities, and how at least one American city has come to be the way it is.