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White Paper

An official document issued by a company describing and promoting a new product it intends to begin offering to customers. A white paper can both encourage customers to buy the product and encourage investors to buy shares in the company. The information provided in the white paper is generally quite detailed. See also: Marketing.
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Another estimate included in the whitepaper - a $3 trillion damage scenario - imagines an event impacting the same region as Kanto but at a higher magnitude.
The 8-page whitepaper subtitled Beyond transactions - how understanding user behaviour creates competitive advantageprovides a checklist of five essential questions that publishers of market reports should ask themselves to evolve their business from product to customer centric.
For the full whitepaper and to learn more about the subject, please follow this link .
* Stay the course, for now: I agree with the view in the whitepaper that if publishers choose not to implement direct support for Plan S 'for now', they may then find it necessary to implement direct support under time pressure 'later'.
Results of the whitepaper were based on the feedback and insights provided by banks, start-ups, venture capital firms, angel investors, incubators, accelerates and government entities in the UAE that were surveyed.
The whitepaper also touches on the recruitment channels companies prefer to tap when searching for new talent.
Aranca's whitepaper was published exclusively ahead of Automechanika Jeddah 2019, a dedicated trade show for the automotive aftermarket and service industry in the Kingdom's western region.
To ensure compliance with IA, the whitepaper must contain the qualification of the issuer.
Given the increasing diversity and severity of risks facing commercial buildings, including large and complex public sites, the whitepaper explores the need for next-generation exit signs.
Among other insights, the whitepaper highlights a simple commonality in the major platforms' success: carving out a role in a fragmented or saturated market by aggregating services into a single, convenient point of access.
Companies risk falling foul of incoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) regulations by relying on existing, piecemeal security measures, according to a new whitepaper published by Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.
Companies risk falling foul of incoming GDPR regulations by relying on existing, piecemeal security measures, according to a new whitepaper published today by Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company.