Inflection Point

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Inflection Point

In technical analysis, a high or a low on a chart that comes immediately before a market movement in the opposite direction.
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Synova today is at a natural inflexion point with the materialization of high volume commercial opportunities.
Dave is joining at an important inflexion point for Stoke," said Vikash Varma, President and CEO at Stoke.
Arunendra Kumar said the Dedicated Freight Corridor marks a strategic inflexion point in the history of Indian Railways freight infrastructure.
Professor Low Teck Seng, Chief Executive of NRF, said: "This collaboration is an inflexion point because it is the first time a local MNC is investing a substantial amount of money to engage a university in both the breadth and depth of research.
With K12 education at an inflexion point, Renaissance is poised to become an important part of blended, agile, compelling classrooms.
The HCM industry is at an inflexion point and more high quality research is much in demand.
The cost benefit of neither incurring capital expenditure for infrastructure nor incurring ongoing administration and maintenance for the usage of the software is so attractive that we are now at an inflexion point where most enterprises will automatically consider the SaaS model as an alternative to an outright purchase of their CRM, ERP systems, collaboration tools, e-mail system and so on.
35 the variations of j with [Tau] can be approximated by a linear function defined on both sides of a reference point R, which is the inflexion point of the theoretical curve j = f([Tau]) and of coordinates [[Tau].
Dr Mashelkar said: Technology startups, which are a key source of innovation in India, are at an inflexion point today.
Nitin Gupta, CEO, Attero said, "Attero is at a significant inflexion point of its growth.
In any case, true broadband in India is a joke ( any government that defines 512 Kbps as broadband should not be taken seriously), but the government's new draft guidelines for cyber cafes could shut down an entire sector even before it takes off or reaches an inflexion point.