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QUADRANT. In angular measures, a quadrant is equal to ninety degrees. Vide Measure.

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has positioned Finacle core banking solution in the Leader Quadrant in the recently released 'Magic Quadrant for International Retail Core Banking (IRCB) 2006' report.
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Magic Quadrant Shows Leading Security Vendors Based on Marketplace Performance
Gartner Magic Quadrants provide a visual snapshot of a specific market by plotting the relative positions of vendors in the leaders, challengers, niche players or visionaries' quadrant.
Gartner creates and distributes the Magic Quadrants to help clients evaluate and select the best and most appropriate vendors in specific industries.
Gartner's well-known Magic Quadrants are graphical representations of the firm's view of vendor performance in a market segment, based on the vendor's vision and ability to execute.