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Enhancement

An innovation that has a positive impact on one or more of a firm's existing products.

Enhancement

Any change that leads to an increase in the value of any good, service, or product. Two obvious examples of enhancement are a decrease in supply and an increase in demand.

enhancement

An increase; a betterment.
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And if the idea of peril so much enhances the popular conceit of the soldier's profession; let me assure ye that many a veteran who has freely marched up to a battery, would quickly recoil at the apparition of the sperm whale's vast tail, fanning into eddies the air over his head.
The continual necessity for their services enhances the importance of the soldier, and proportionably degrades the condition of the citizen.
The red gleam o'er the mountains Goes wavering from sight, And the quiet moon enhances The loveliness of night.
How true it is, that the rarity of any particular article enhances its value amazingly.
Web-centric leaders point to customer focus and retention; the ability to enhance customer experience; and continuous innovation.
These enhancements are part of a one-year $12 million network investment in Southern Ohio that will further enhance Cingular's GSM network in the region thereby improving call quality, adding capacity and extending the network's reach.
These enhancements are part of a one-year, $150 million network investment in Alabama that will bring more than 100 new cell sites to the region to further enhance Cingular's GSM network by improving call quality, adding capacity and extending the network's reach.
XMS provides a truly layered infrastructure that allows operators to deploy components that can enhance services as needed to fit their business model and to take advantage of growing off-portal access and commerce.
They have a real vision of how they can use the Web and Enhanced NCSA Mosaic to enhance their customer service and build customer loyalty.
Like many firms today, the client was looking for a prudent way to enhance the long-term performance for its defined contribution plan participants," said John Axtell, head of DeAM's Stable Value Group.