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client

a BUYER of a professional SERVICE.

client

The person to whom an agent owes duties of integrity, confidentiality, loyalty, and hard work. Contrast with customer, who is owed the duty of honesty.

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In addition to overall usage rates of various types of hardware, software, and distance education delivery method by marketing faculty, tests of significance were made to determine if usage differed by gender, academic rank, type of institution (i.
0% Table 2 Hardware Usage Per Semester/Quarter Percentage of Respondents Types of Hardware Used During Class Time None of 1-20% of the Time the Time Overhead Transparencies 42.
Static and Rotating Xenon Arc Exposure Compared: Technical Issues, Practical Considerations and How Different Types of Hardware Comply to the New Performance Based Test Methods--Dave Solomon, Q-Panel Lab Products
He proposes that novel types of hardware will be essential for sifting through the data.
Their "Help and How-to" section has information on making your computer the "ultimate learning machine," along with guides to choosing all types of hardware and fixing technical glitches.
Users can adjust their own workstation to the most comfortable and ergonomically correct positioning, while integrating all types of hardware into the furniture.
A SURVEY CONDUCTED by the Journal of Accountancy found what types of hardware and software technology were used by accountants who specialized in adapting it for their firms or companies.
They require that all users operate the same types of hardware and software.
It also analyzes major types of hardware and services and focuses on games, mobile apps, and new-generation fitness products and platforms.
Regardless of the types of hardware, software or data sources an organization selects for their IoT infrastructure, Conduce can interface with any and all of them to become the central hub of decision-making within an organization.