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This new solution uses analytically driven decision logic to increase the effectiveness of every customer interaction.
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Alterian (LSE:ALN) is the leading global provider of software for Analytically Led Integrated Marketing - making it practical and cost effective for marketers to gain insight into their data and use this to drive an integrated marketing strategy, across multiple online and offline channels, from a single set of applications and infrastructure.
Analytically, Fitch views financing and manufacturing operations separately.
Analytically, Fitch assesses RAA's capital position on a stand-alone basis, given that there are currently no formal support arrangements active between the parent and RAA.
Rinder speaks in amazingly writerly sentences: "Everyone has some limits in our purview of contemporary art practice, so I simply asked the curators to stretch those limits, and if and when they came across something they were really excited about aesthetically or artistically or culturally, which they felt was not the kind of thing that could or should be shown, to stop and ask why, to be analytically engaged with the work.
You can either understand the concepts and think analytically or you can't.
My own sense of this derives from my reading the book as an extension and revision of work like that of Edward Said's, in that analytically it resituates the dynamics of gender within the contexts of imperialism, primarily but by no means exclusively through a focus on women, in ways previously elided or underplayed.
Although per capita aid and the stock transfer taxes have been available for debt service, they have never been used for this purpose, making MAC debt, analytically, sales tax bonds.
The book assumes that the reader accepts the logic of psychoanalysis, indeed uses it as a truth, but the book is not really working to redefine those concepts analytically or make a difference to psychoanalysis per se.
It is now an analytically oriented, sociological-historical study.
Reporting the war against the Axis dictatorships had been a black-and-white affair; villainy could be described analytically and even angrily by Murrow and his boys, as well as by their more seasoned forebears in the press.