Underlying Service

Underlying Service

The issues of a periodical scheduled to be sent to a subscriber after his/her current subscription expires. That is, the underlying service includes renewals and gift subscriptions that have been paid for but that have not been sent because the current subscription has not run out. For example, if one renews a newspaper subscription for a year starting June 1, the underlying service includes all issues scheduled to be sent to that subscriber after June 1. A high underlying service rate indicates that a periodical is in strong financial shape and has engaged in effective marketing (and/or simply has a superior product).
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2 million, a 13% decrease due primarily to program scope and timing of underlying service contracts.
4% from last year, primarily due to conscious decision to move away from low margin business and reduction in regulated telecom rates, he said, adding despite this, its underlying service revenue grew 3.
Specific services offered are based on consumer demand in the market and the underlying service provider.
As recognized by the dissent, compensation for fee-defense work should be compensable, because such fees relate to an underlying service in the bankruptcy proceeding," Perrell added.
In response to the lack of robustness in loosely coupled SOA-based applications, this research develops a framework for verifying an underlying service composition by formalizing the corresponding BPEL specification and transforming it into an XML-based formal model.
Considering their underlying service, most wearable devices need some type of user interface.
Benefiting from the limited potential for competing alternatives and a sizeable underlying service area, MEX's DT is forecast to grow at a slower rate of 6.
Under Section 12, traffic data "refers only to the communication's origin, destination, route, time, date, size, duration or type of underlying service but not content nor identities.
Their leading high-premium, top-level domain names are instantly recognizable and logical to their underlying service offering (i.
Plan sponsors must use this information to determine whether the underlying service arrangement is appropriate for the plan and whether the fees are reasonable.
Changes in the organizational arrangements underlying service delivery will be accompanied by changes in staffing, infrastructure (notably information technology systems), and financial and performance requirements.