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The goal of the first stage of PIC, prescreening, is to locate a small set of "promising" alternatives that deserve further, in-depth exploration.
Gain in-depth market insight using this report's analysis of the retail banking, insurance and financial market sectors.
It also includes production and pricing forecasts as well as in-depth reports on major and emerging door supply centers in China.
In addition to the QuickScore model, this suite includes: in-depth research reports, unlimited access to CFRA's analyst team, a robust online database of company notes, accounting-oriented industry analyses, topical educational research, on-site roundtable presentations, and proprietary conference calls.
The report offers in-depth political, economic and commercial data and analysis for evaluating risk and opportunities of doing business in China.
This report presents an overall view of the global smart card market and provides an in-depth analysis of the market trends and growth.
Imbibe celebrates drinks as a distinct culinary category, deserving in-depth exploration of the people, places, flavors and trends surrounding the fascinating world of beverages.
Alan Greenspan (former Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve), who will offer candid, in-depth and thorough responses to the audience's questions about the world economy.
Leading industry commentators provide in-depth analysis of this dynamic sector and a valuable insight into the future.
STA Travel is now able to leverage WebTrends' expertise in the travel sector, to gain detailed behavioural insight into its site visitors around the world and in-depth performance reporting for all online initiatives.
Evans bases their results on extensive in-depth interviews with professional software developers.
This is the first opportunity for PDF users, developers and IT professionals to get an in-depth look at Acrobat and Adobe's plans following the merger between Adobe and Macromedia," said Smith.