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abbreviation for either an ACT OF THE SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT in the sense of the devolved body created at the end of the twentieth century, or of the Sovereign parliament prior to 1707.
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As a number of commercial service providers have noted following our previous columns, one of the most obvious ways of addressing potential technology risks and challenges is to outsource the provisioning and management of contact center technology resources to a world-class provider of hosted services, such as TELUS, Siebel (Contact OnDemand) or MCI.
We search national business media (Business Week, Investors Business Daily on AOL) via our commercial service provider to find articles on the national real estate market for comparative purposes.
The 13th International Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Exhibition (held in Tehran in April 2008) covered 10 task forces including consultant engineer groups, spare parts constructors, technical and commercial service provider companies, oil products producers, processing equipments producers, fuel consumption efficiency companies and research and training sector, general contractors, companies active in information technology fields.
Along with Standard Procurement System, Supply Discrepancy Report, and Corporate Project Management Report, the CIS team eroded obstacles and paved the way for subsequent applications to more easily migrate the hosting of production operations to a commercial service provider under NMCI.
Companies considering deploying centralized infrastructure would do well to closely examine the architectural underpinnings of their proposed solutions from the historical perspective of the commercial service provider experience.
Specifically, the nCounter Single Cell Assay was able to quantify the expression of 70 percent more transcripts than the Fluidigm BioMark[TM] HD System run by a commercial service provider using an optimized single cell protocol (Citri et.
It is striking that a simple array CGH experiment, which would have cost less than $1,000 at a commercial service provider, could have prevented $1 million in lost research funding and several years of delay.
PHILADELPHIA -- International Self-Powered Building Council (ISPBC) awards Cleancoating LLC as ISPBC-certified commercial service provider of the green nanocoating, XTI-360[TM] Active-Shield, developed by XTIO2 Inc.
In addition we would contract a commercial Service Provider (SP) to: Manage a Project Coordination Unit to support the DFID programme task team in the management and coordination of the programme.
EA was the first commercial service provider to receive and begin offering services on the Pacbio and because of their deep expertise working with new and emerging genomic technologies, EA was chosen to be PacBio's recommended commercial partner for providing sequencing services to the drug discovery and development market.
EA is the first US commercial service provider to offer sequencing on this platform and PacBio selected EA to be their recommended North American commercial service provider for the pharmaceutical market segment.
For example, Cisco played a crucial role in building the first Internet PoPs (Points of Presence) with a commercial service provider, Internet Thailand Co.

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