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client

a BUYER of a professional SERVICE.

client

The person to whom an agent owes duties of integrity, confidentiality, loyalty, and hard work. Contrast with customer, who is owed the duty of honesty.

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Many law firms now have a successful annual planning process in place at the individual attorney level that automatically (through the effective use of technology) dovetails into practice group/area planning and/or key client programs (or vice versa).
to launch local operations and support national client programs.
"Books about caregiving are typically focused on eldercare issues," Nancy Law, vice president of the National MS Society's Client Programs Department, said.
Influent's need for additional domestic capacity has been spurred by the recent award of several new customer contracts as well as the continuing successful growth of existing client programs.
Versatile command-line tools and file-transfer client programs enable easy scripting of automated file transfers, such as overnight job control language batch transfers, log file gathering and database backups.
From high-level accreditation examinations to post-training assessment, Thomson Prometric's formula of reliability, convenience, easy administration, and watertight security has already proven effective for more than 300 client programs in more than 120 countries.
A full access 15 day evaluation copy of BrowseGate 3 (with no nag screens) can be downloaded immediately from NetcPlus at http://www.netcplus.com, as can our Mail Server, Time Server and Multi-user Email Client programs