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*wise to someone or something

fully aware of someone or something. (*Typically: be ~; get ~; put someone ~.) The cops are wise to the plan.
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Martin Kett continued: "We intend to work closely with WISe to provide the insurance industry with standards-based technology to improve the efficiency of online data exchange through common standards and strategies.
SpeedyTomato, part of the Swedish operator Telia, has already chosen FAST and WISE to deliver search services on the SpeedyTomato international mobile portal, which already has been launched in the UK and Danish markets.
The agreement calls for the issuance of 2,500,000 common shares of World Wise to the Quadstar shareholders valued at $1,000,000.
The agreement calls for the issuance of 1,500,000 common shares of World Wise to the TNT shareholders valued at $600,000.
Ingram Micro's global reach will enable Wise to meet the growing demand for its state-of-the-art tools.
The agreement also provides a framework for joint marketing and promotion, and formalizes the selection of Wise to exclusively supply software installation and distribution products to TopSpeed's worldwide customer base, including special upgrade options for current TopSpeed Deployment Kit (TDK) customers.
The agreement also calls for World Wise to make a Take-Over Bid (the "Offer") to the MFT shareholders to acquire all the remaining common shares of MFT which World Wise does not own, in exchange for shares of World Wise.