definition of value

definition of value

In a formal appraisal, the bottom line—the statement with the appraiser's estimate of value,after all calculations,comparisons,and reconciliations.

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Talking further about CosmoConf, directors added, “CosmoConf adds more value to the mode of remote communication by offering a suit of state-of-the-art features that businesses look for, thus the product figures out the new definition of value.
This car could be the dictionary definition of value for money given the price, spacious interior and competitive running costs.
Drawing on the breadth and depth of our network capabilities; investing the time to understand clients' needs; and collaborating with them to create value -- based on their definition of value -- is what we feel has set Deloitte apart for five years running.
In a digital, 24/7 world, where personalisation is increasing and consumers have a new definition of value, the trust that people have in both brands and the organisation behind them is more important than ever.
The Guide Note states, "An analysis and opinion of exposure time is required for appraisals where the definition of value is tied to a reasonable or stipulated exposure time.
This definition of value provides for a specific buyer (investor) who may bring his or her own benefits and requirements to the transaction.
The fancy marketing guys will tell you that's the definition of value, but we know better: I want a deal and I want to get even with those guys who have been sticking it to me all these years, making me pay high prices.
In Lean Solutions, Womack and Jones set out six simple principles of lean consumption that provide a definition of value for today's consumer:
But that's not the purpose of this column, which is to suggest that single-purpose entities within a multipurpose organization tend to rend the fabric of common goals and mission, of a common definition of value.
Under the fair market value definition of value, we have $30 million, which is what was paid on a willing basis.
Whisper it quietly, but a large pool with a big percentage of dead money is the definition of value pool betting.
All of which "converts agricultural out puts into products of greater value," though the definition of value may not be measured in terms we hoped for.