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The Middlesbrough-based Spearhead Interactive, which provides everything from operational guides to digital replicas of buildings and environments, wants to build on its UK successes by introducing its products to clients in Japan and Brazil.
An Apple iPad loaded with over 80 training modules, application notes, whitepapers and operational guides, the new training tool is the perfect companion for medical device quality assurance and safety professionals.
A business plan may serve as an operational guide and provide the basis for a financial proposal
Operational guide to AWWA standard G300; source water protection.
Managing Humanitarian Relief: An Operational Guide for NGOs" serves as a reference for humanitarian organizations on how to properly manage their company so that they serve as more of a boon for crisis than a bane.
The Bank can react to all sorts of information and current events, but a natural focus or operational guide is an index of expected inflation that aggregates or weights all these indicators automatically.
Life Cycle Assessment, An Operational Guide to the ISO Standards, Final Report of project, May 2001
Other services in the retail auto arena are Lifo inventory valuations, factory relations and approval packages, financial analysis by division, fixed operations reviews and operational guides and analysis of financing alternatives.