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Pip

Used for listed equity securities. Smallest unit of a currency (i.e., cents for US dollars).

Pip

A subunit of a currency. For example, a cent is a pip for the U.S. dollar and a fill is a pip for the Bahraini dinar. The term is most common in quotes for equity securities.
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As we looked to augment RosettaNet's architecture to support flexible, low-cost document exchange models, we realized we needed to expand current RosettaNet Implementation Framework specifications to support enhanced messaging capabilities.
This RosettaNet electronic Certificate of Analysis program is just another example of the power of collaboration.
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We are excited about the many opportunities that will ensue from this new office location," says Steven Yeo, vice president of RosettaNet Asia.
The ability to facilitate trade, while reducing cycle times and costs, at both local and global levels, is a true indicator of RosettaNet's benefit to the industry," said Steven Yeo, vice president of RosettaNet Asia.
Material composition is a natural part of our product information, so we are clearly able to benefit from using the global standards that RosettaNet provides for the industry," said Jean-Francois Baril, Senior Vice President, Sourcing & Procurement, Nokia, on behalf of the whole participating team.
The RAE program, which has been led by Intel since its inception in 2004 to help bring RosettaNet standards to the masses, is undergoing validation, planning for a public release to the broader community in the second half of 2005.
GXS is playing an instrumental role in the development and proliferation of RosettaNet standards.
The coordination of IPC-1752 and the related RosettaNet e-business process standards will enable users to seamlessly track the material composition of products throughout their supply chain and communicate the information with trading partners as required," said Herman Stiphout, president of RosettaNet.
RosettaNet is a not-for-profit consortium that develops e-business process standards that facilitate speed, efficiency, and reliability, enabling greater collaboration and improved communication between trading partners.
The two-day education and networking event will bring together a global audience of more than 400 established RosettaNet consortium members as well as prospective trading partners from the high technology, telecommunication, logistics, and other industry sectors for informative sessions and networking opportunities.