Sendouts clients on average achieve an internal growth rate of 48% and increase job order fill rates by over 20%.
What does IGR stand for?
IGR stands for Internal Growth Rate
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 80 other meanings of IGR in our Acronym Attic
- Information Gain Ratio
- Insect Growth Regulator
- Institut Gustave-Roussy (French cancer institute)
- Institute of Genome Research
- Insulated Gate Rectifier
- Interactive Grand Rounds
- Intergenic Region (genetics)
- Intergovernmental Revenue
- Intergovernmental Review
- Intergroup Representative
- International Gas Report (publication; Platts)
- International Government Relations (Group)
- Internet Game Room
- Internet Gateway Router (computer networking)
- Inverted GPS Range
- Investment Grade Rating
- Inert Gas Receiving And Processing
- Icaza, Gonzalez-Ruiz & Aleman (Attorneys-at-Law, Panama City)
- Independent Gospel Rap Alliance
- Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 (US)
Samples in periodicals archive:
``We anticipate that, through acquisitions, the company will be able to lift its 12 to 14 percent (annual) internal growth rate to better than 20 percent.
Unlike most of his fund manager colleagues, who select stocks on the basis of rigid formulas, such as price/earnings ratios, internal growth rates, comparative-store sales, sales-per-employee, or even overall profitability, Appleton believes in only buying stocks with names or principal lines of business involving acronyms.
For the year, our internal growth rate for copiers was nine percent and non-copier 12 percent with a combined internal growth rate of 11 percent.
4% in the first quarter of 2007; the internal growth rate was 15.
Historically, Aristar's internal growth rates have been modest.
These risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to (1) the impact of changes in interest rates, a decline in economic conditions, and increased competition by financial service providers on the Company's results of operation, (2) the Company's ability to continue its internal growth rate, (3) the Company's ability to build net interest spread, (4) the quality of the Company's earning assets, and (5) governmental regulations.
Our strategy of building on our base of business within specific geographic areas illustrates why our internal growth rate continues to exceed the market's growth," said Bill Niland, NST's CEO.