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differentiate

verb characterize, classify, contrast, demarcate, discern between, discriminate, distinguish, draw the line, exercise discrimination, make a dissinction, make distinctive, mark off by differences, mark out, particularize, perceive clearly, recognize as separate, segregate, separate as different, set apart as different, set off, show a difference, single out, sort out, subtilize, tell apart, tell from
See also: call, characterize, compare, contrast, define, demarcate, discern, discriminate, distinguish, enumerate, except, exclude, label, secern, select, specify, title
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We are fully committed to maintaining and improving the relationship between Calix and our Channel Partners, and the PathFinder program enhances that by allowing our Channel Partners to develop a competitive differentiator through Calix Compass software.
Although the ideas presented in the paper are valid for an arbitrary order RED, we will restrict ourselves to the second-order differentiator for simplicity and concreteness of the presentation.
Specialist software applications that deliver rapid development times provide a genuine competitive differentiator. These larger institutions have begun to invest in such technologies to create that competitive edge.
Visiting clients on a regular basis and learning about goals, projects, suppliers and people is something clients view as a differentiator. Meeting with existing clients and learning about their business on an ongoing basis is the best way to spend valuable business development time and resources, because things change quickly as business leaders react to market demands, competition and supplier challenges.
While this is a comfortable space to be in as a supplier, Al-Sahn stresses that competition is rife and to survive in this tough market, a company has to have significant differentiators to set them apart.
DIFFERENTIATOR: DMS attributes some of its growth to its market-by-design strategy: Machinery is developed only when a specific market need is determined.
That said, more than 50% of retail CEOs see the supply chain as a strategic differentiator. Baljit Dail, chairman of the board and interim CEO of JDA Software, said the process of capturing those advantages will not be easy.
When the program in C++ is executed, the time taken for a single iteration of the program is less than 2 seconds whereas the total time of running the program for 100 iterations is 73 seconds in case of 3rd order differentiator and 56 seconds for 2nd order differentiator.
It's more likely if you have a strong differentiator. But conditions change and you may come under pressure to find a local supply base, in effect 'exporting' your expertise.
The key differentiator of success in any business model is its talented employees
The big four supermarkets are under pressure as prices become less of a differentiator for shoppers, according to research from Kantar Worldpanel.
Human resources play a significant role in the growth and success of SMEs and are widely recognised as a differentiator between businesses.