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Ambit

A boundary line that indicates ownership of a parcel of land as opposed to other parcels; an exterior or enclosing line. The limits of a power or jurisdiction. The delineation of the scope of a particular subject matter.

ambit

noun border, boundary, boundary line, bounds, circumference, contour, delineation lines, domain, furthest extent, furthest point, jurisdiction, limit, lines, orbit, outline, outer limit, pale, perimeter, periphery, province, realm, sphere
Associated concepts: ambit of a statute, within the ambit of the law
See also: border, boundary, capacity, circuit, contour, coverage, frontier, limit, outline, periphery, purview, range, scope, sphere
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Along with industry-specific BI solutions, Ambit also offers horizontal solutions in the domains of finance, sales, purchase, digital marketing, support, service and human resources.
Our new format -- longer sessions, fewer presenters -- lends itself to digging deeper into each topic so attendees have real takeaways -- tactical and strategic templates for implementation," commented Linda Kazares, CEO, Ambit International Inc.
Ambit International has also been selected to manage the Europe logistics for the ASP Industry Consortium's global member meeting 2 May 2000 preceding the IASP Forum.
Wireless ASP is poised to change the way businesses and consumers conduct e-business and communicate in the new economy," said Linda Kazares, president of Ambit International.
Internet-based outsourced applications and Application Service Providers are rapidly changing the way companies conduct critical business functions," said Linda Kazares, president of Ambit International.
Skyrocketing demand for anytime, anywhere information has made Internet-based outsourced applications and Application Service Providers not just a trend but a fact of doing business," said Linda Kazares, president of Ambit International.