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FFPN is transforming the way advisors operate by providing the tools, templates, workflows and consulting to systematize the delivery of financial advice.
But before the convention could develop an effective financial program for others, it had to systematize its own procedures.
Whatever we can do to systematize repetitive events and spread the workload over the year makes our lives easier and allows us to make more money.
It should also include the ongoing creation and sharing of management reports, using the system to automate and systematize communications with prospective and current students, and providing self-service opportunities for prospective and current students to conduct business over the Web.
Mathematicians and others have been studying ways to systematize origami design by developing rules that would enable a computer to calculate what sequence of creases in a square of paper will produce a desired figure (SN: 1/21/95, p.
In order to handle the influx of firearms information, investigators should establish a central location or clearinghouse consisting of one or several individuals who organize and systematize firearms recovery data.
He wanted to systematize the knowledge that was gained, to replace habit and rules of thumb with precise and usually quantitative analysis.
They've been working with the MDS, but they haven't paid a lot of attention to data accuracy and how to systematize data for patient categorization under a case mix approach.