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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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Already, processors can acquire SPC monitoring capability and automatic good/bad parts qualification without needing a sophisticated machine controller.
The new release provides increased control of IT performance management activities from a centralized monitoring console.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Texas, the nation's largest youth mentoring organization, has found that the system's continuous monitoring of all network devices improves the visibility into their network and has helped them ensure network-wide quality of service for their pure IP communications system.
One of the emerging success factors for companies operating in the ambulatory blood pressure monitoring market is validation from the British Hypertension Society (BHS).
With the worldwide increase in the birth rate for triplets, we're pleased to pioneer non-invasive triplets monitoring in a single monitor," said David Russell, vice president of global marketing, patient monitoring, for Philips Medical Systems.
GroundWork makes it possible for organizations to tap into the power of open source, and to stop writing big checks for their network and IT monitoring needs," said Ranga Rangachari, CEO of GroundWork Open Source.
This study report provides detailed information on various key aspects of quality monitoring - including how, and how frequently, call centers monitor the various contact channels prevalent in today's customer care organizations; who conducts such quality evaluations - and what's being done to ensure that they do so effectively; and, importantly, what exactly is being done with the results to enhance agent and centerwide performance, as well as the organization's overall knowledge of the customer.
Analogic's LIFEGARD family of non-invasive patient monitors also includes LIFEGARD, a general-purpose monitor that measures ECG, heart rate, respiration, pulse oximetry, non-invasive blood pressure, and temperature; LIFEGARD ICG, a non-invasive hemodynamic status monitor; and the FETALGARD Lite(R) and FETALGARD Lite with NIBP, antepartum fetal monitors capable of monitoring twins.
With activities in the three interlocking domains of healthcare, lifestyle and technology and 159,200 employees in more than 60 countries, it has market leadership positions in medical diagnostic imaging and patient monitoring, color television sets, electric shavers, lighting and silicon system solutions.

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