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world-class

mod. absolutely top rate. Now this is a world-class computer. Lots and lots of memory.
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A true world-class organization defines what it means first, and then puts steps in place to get there.
World-class EPM organizations, Hackett concluded, focus on fewer budget line items than typical companies and make greater use of online reporting tools.
Reductions in technology infrastructure spending and staffing play a key role in helping world-class executives achieve these results.
World-class insurance enterprises share these characteristics:
owned processors say the real threat on the automotive horizon is the uncertainty wrought by world-class, global economic competition.
Hackett's research found that world-class companies are 61 percent more likely than their peers to have a single ERP system, and rely on common data definitions 20 percent more often.
Locals gas up the corporate jets and serve ice cream cones to cosmopolitans who accidentally alight in Anytown in their search for world-class action.
Effectively improving the communication process means understanding what is special about world-class organizations.
By leveraging technological investments to automate routine processes, world-class companies such as Cisco Systems are achieving a "virtual close," in which their books are reconciled in a day.