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Quantify

To express economic, market or other research directly in terms of mathematical data. Quantitative factors include facts such a P/E ratios, GDP growth, and other data that are objectively measurable. See also: Qualitative research.
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So the business-interruption determination is going to be based in large part on projections, and it is going to be up to the insurance companies and the accountants that end up quantifying these losses as to how best to go about doing that.
Quantifying the Costs of VoIP is the first detailed analysis of Australian VoIP service prices based on the full range of industry data.
Nemertes Research specializes in quantifying the business impact of emerging information technologies.
The logical approach to quantifying PoC handset performance and its impact on the end-user experience is to bring testing into the lab.
Actix solutions enable field engineers to take on a triage function, isolating and quantifying problems on the front line, fixing the simple problems and passing the complex ones back to service troubleshooting tiger teams, technology development groups, and/or vendors.
The prize, which is given to the author of the best paper(s) related to actuarial research or practical actuarial application in the field of reinsurance, was awarded jointly to Venter for Quantifying Correlated Reinsurance Exposures with Copulas and another author for a separate paper.
Instant Messaging continues to grow through grass-roots adoption in the enterprise, and IT managers have difficulty quantifying both the business benefit and risks associated with unmonitored usage of consumer IM systems such as AOL, MSN, and Yahoo
Organizations can use Ventana Research's proprietary model, methodology, benchmark and industry expertise to gain maximum value from their investments by quantifying financial and personnel cost savings.