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Sweat the Asset

Slang; to extract the most possible work out of the most productive employee. Sweating the asset may not be sustainable as it can sometimes lead to overwork and exhaustion.
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Sweating the asset, as businesses like to say, will be critical here because it is not only the public sector and consumers that need to learn how to use digital services more efficiently - too many businesses do not know how to make the most of them either.
But now it's all about sweating the asset, making sure the asset is used to its optimum.
"In Africa, the focus is on 'sweating the assets', but also educating operators now on 4G how they can evolve when the time comes for them to move to 5G," said Ibrahim.
"In Africa, the focus is on 'sweating the assets ', but also educating operators now on
Conveying their message to the PSX members, brokerage analysts and corporates, fund managers and top-tier analysts at a dinner at the PC hotel, management re-iterated its commitment to 'sweating the assets' deriving value from sizeable infrastructure the company operates throughout the country.
To squeeze the money out to dig the hole, the new Auckland ten year budget will use a term new to local government, their bureaucrats are calling:-"sweating the assets"-i.e.
"I want to carry on sweating the assets in Rhug, and get the best from what we've got.
He continues: “in many of our expert presentations in October, varying in focus from strategy, processes and energy management, there is a common thread of optimising operations, of sweating the assets.”
The theme of conference is Sweating the Assets - Driving profits, and speakers will concentrate on issues ranging from people management to tourism and climate change.
"It's a matter of sweating the assets. I wish I could have the trucks running 24 hours a day, but as it is we do night deliveries and loading when we can as well as delivering to a number of customers on the same run when we can."
Commenting on the most recent results, Bill McEwan says that with the transformation process largely completed in all regions except the Atlantic provinces, the company will be "sweating the assets" to get the maximum productivity and efficiencies out of the changes that have been accomplished.