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Instead, a system that recognizes milestone achievements may encourage relationship development that ultimately leads to very large sales.
Nonetheless, the US government took the position that the law had a disproportionately negative effect on US retailers because many US retailers, unlike most of their Japanese counterparts, have as a core competence and primary engine of growth the operation of very large stores often selling heavily discounted merchandise.
The module is totally self contained, including internal power and RAID protection, so that it appears to the host as a very large, fast, error free fibre channel disk with multiple ports, except that the resulting solutions costs half that of comparable Fibre Channel disk solutions.
Very large proportions of respondents to an early-1990 LPS reported that they had raised their credit standards on merger-related loans.
Business loans to foreigners were flat at these very large banks.
Several very large banks that act as primary dealers of government securities registered declines in their security holdings because their parent holding companies spun off their dealer departments into nonbank subsidiaries.
By automating the quality assurance of Web site content, it eliminates the need for a manual proofing process of a very large site like REI's with pages which change frequently," said Rod Ketchum, System Architect, Recreational Equipment, Inc.
KD1 is using Orchestrate to develop software applications that help large retailers and consumer packaged goods companies make better business decisions by analyzing very large point-of-sale transaction databases.