Keep our fingers on the pulse - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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keep (one's) finger on the pulse
To be very aware of current trends and happenings in a particular place. Sara keeps her finger on the pulse of nightlife in the city, so I would ask her where you should have your birthday party.
have/keep your finger on the ˈpulse (of something) know all that is happening; be aware of new developments in a particular situation: Successful politicians need to keep their finger on the pulse of the voters.
A doctor takes your pulse by putting his fingers on your wrist and counting the number of times the blood beats in a minute.
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We keep our fingers on the pulse
of science at all times, so it's a continual process by our scientists and engineers to stay up to date in following the technical literature and looking for breakthroughs in physics and other sciences.
All of it helps to keep our fingers on the pulse
of the company.
A daily presence in the Valley will enhance our ability to keep our fingers on the pulse
of the market and the technologies.
In addition, his work in training new surgeons and his involvement in a number of prominent medical associations will serve to keep our fingers on the pulse
of new surgical developments.
By establishing a direct presence in strategic areas of the world, we can forge tighter links with our customers and keep our fingers on the pulse
of the market," said Reed Hastings, president and chief executive officer of Pure Software.