core driver

core driver

A hardwood or steel cylinder which is the same size as a hole through which it is driven; used to clear the hole of chips.
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9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Since declaring design management as a core driver of the company's future growth and the hiring of President & Chief Design Officer Peter Schreyer in 2007, Kia Motors Corporation's brand value has skyrocketed by 480% from US$929 million to US$5.
Indulgence, The reduction of calories is likewise an ever-present core driver of the ice cream market.
Digital is now a core driver of any business and a prime choice for retail transactions," explained Khalid Abu Shaa'ban, QAC general manager.
Indeed, it is the core driver in cloud computing, expected to define the future of IT.
The overarching specter of healthcare reform, which drove near constant change for companies doing business in healthcare throughout 2013, continues to be the core driver of unprecedented shifts in strategy for key players in U.
Currently being showcased at the CONEXPO show in Las Vegas this week, inthinc's construction solution combines core driver safety and fleet management capabilities with real-time reporting on fuel consumption, idle time, remote-area satellite connectivity and fixed asset tracking.
Forages are a core driver of the Saskatchewan economy, and we are pleased to support the sector in developing an efficient and coordinated approach," said Minister Ritz.
They are proof that being customer-led continues to be a core driver of our product development process.
Research is the core driver of value proposition to brokerage clients.
Fiat said the programs' elimination this year would hurt its automobile business -- the core driver of its earnings.
Wipro's proven, in managing large IT enabled environments, coupled with a vibrant innovation culture, will be the core driver of this joint venture," he stated.
Among the integral parts, the chip is the core driver, giving life to the soul.