strategic concentration


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strategic concentration

[strə′tē·jik ‚kän·sən′trā·shən]
(ordnance)
The assembly of designated forces in areas from which it is intended that operations of the assembled forces shall begin so that they are best disposed to initiate the plan of campaign.
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Catalyst strategic concentration on reaching new industries and new geographies over the last two years pointed to a need for both a Western Region office and a focus on the high tech industry.
Consistent with its strategic concentration on small business lending, Wells Fargo Bank originated only 34 residential loans in New Mexico, totaling $2 million, to borrowers in the Santa Fe MSA.
Our new International Competence Center Healthcare will constitute an important element in the strategic concentration on our core vertical markets.
Selling properties outside these core regions at the right time and at an acceptable price is also part of our strategic concentration.
These particular projects were outside of our strategic concentration areas and created an opportunity for both Multiband and the buyers," added Mandel.
CareDecision's core technology and strategic concentration are riveted on the introduction of Internet enhanced-software solutions that target the communication dilemmas that plague the healthcare enterprise.

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