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Quantify

A performance analysis tool from Pure Software.
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Work Force Improvement -- Demonstrated a quantifiable or qualitative change to improve the satisfaction of current employees and attract new employees
It was a resounding success on a number of different levels, achieving critical acclaim, public praise, and, crucially, quantifiable returns for the bank.
SRM allows for the objective, quantifiable, repeatable and predictable measurement of an IT security environment taking into consideration the unique elements of any environment.
This measure has a significant, quantifiable impact on revenues (through its impact on customer retention) and profitability in the airline industry.
There also are differences in the compounds present at quantifiable levels between samples from the same foundry.
Appian Enterprise provides fully integrated process, knowledge and analytics capabilities to drive quantifiable ROI and expedite the delivery of next-generation, process-driven solutions.
Mobistar uses MASC to translate strategy into quantifiable performance indicators that measure specific points of progress toward strategic objectives.
The second step, measuring the desired behaviors, is based on observations or quantifiable, systematic data.
Namely, realistic and attainable upside potential with limited and quantifiable downside risk.
The company was selected based on evaluation of a comprehensive set of criteria that includes management practices, level of employee involvement and various improvement programs, as well as quantifiable performance indicators and evidence of competitiveness.
Jim's deep experience in working with leading hospital systems to improve the efficiency of their patient accounting systems and processes has resulted in quantifiable financial improvements for each, including streamlined patient registrations, bad debt reductions, improved cash collections, and reduced managed care write-offs," said Larry Ferguson, FCG's chief executive officer, in announcing the appointment.
The current concept of quality in the context of medicine is not quantifiable.