18 /PRNewswire/ -- AVIATION WEEK will host the Performance Metrics of Top-Performing Companies Management Forum on September 16-17, 2008 at the American Airlines Training & Conference Center in Fort Worth, Texas.
What does TPC stand for?
TPC stands for Top-Performing Companies
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- Third-Party Contract
- Tierce Partie de Confiance (French: Trusted Third Party)
- Timber Products Company (Oregon)
- Time Projection Chamber
- Tipid PC (Philippines)
- Tire Pressure Controller
- Tivoli Storage Productivity Center (IBM)
- Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
- Tokyo Police Club (band)
- Tons Per Centimeter
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A recent study by Marakon Associates of about 800 leading corporations in North America, Europe and Asia confirmed what senior executives of the world's top-performing companies already knew: that exceptional value growth requires superior profitability in the short term and superior growth in the long term.
Some of the most widely used screens include the IBD 100 list of top-performing companies, The 85-85 Index, The New America Index and Screen of the Day, all of which have outperformed the market.
Additionally, the SmartTalk web seminar will also explain best practices used by top-performing companies to achieve higher efficiency and lower costs.
Annually, Ward Group analyzes the financial performance of over 900 life-health insurance companies domiciled in the United States and identifies the top-performing companies.
As part of the publication's annual Top-Performing Companies study, IS&S was awarded the top spot for companies with revenues of $250 million or less based on its cash flow return on investment, asset utilization, operating performance and financial health.
Three of the top-performing companies are web-only merchants.
The CompTIA Solution Provider Self-Assessment(TM) is a free resource that allows information technology (IT) reseller and solution provider businesses to confidentially compare their current business models against the profiles of top-performing companies in the industry.