CEM


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CEM

(Common Evaluation Methodology) See Common Criteria.
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CEM

On drawings, abbreviation for cement.
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To help accounting professionals become more knowledgeable about earnings management, this article describes an intriguing and long-standing form of earnings manipulation known as cosmetic earnings management (CEM).
"This is a radical departure from our traditional conference and paper based learning programmes," explains Taj Hassan, National Clinical Lead for eLearning at the CEM.
Medallia, a global provider of customer experience management (CEM) solutions, has announced that The Leading Hotels of the World, Ltd.
According to National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), it's known thatthe section of emission reduction is to be institute under the "Twelfth Five-Year" plan, involving the contents of tax reform, the development of strategic new industries, as well as the promotion of CEM. People familiar with the matter expect, the central government would provide great support for the CEM companies during the "Twelfth Five-Year" period.
Using the CEM service enables Birds Eye to outsource the management of its equipment to a dedicated control team.
The High Criminal Court in Istanbul announced its verdict on Thursday about 29 suspects including Cem Uzan, his father Kemal Uzan and his brother Hakan Uzan.
In a bid to ease the restrictions further, the Department for the Environment, Food, and Rural Affairs' chief veterinary officer Nigel Gibbens has detailed to his Indian counterparts the country's extensive CEM testing procedures in thoroughbred studs.
While there may still be some overlap between CEM and CRM, our cover story--"No Substitute for Experience," by Assistant Editor Christopher Musico--aims to resolve the confusion.
That's why over 80% of UK airports and many airports worldwide use a CEM solution; including Hong Kong International, Vancouver, Keflavik and Budapest Airport.
CEM is a buzzword that originated in the highly service-oriented automotive industry, but that has been expanding to all industries because of its success in improving customer retention, increasing revenue and transforming companies' images and brands.
Nippon Shinyaku presentated this new technology and CEM method at EURO TIDES in December and at TIDES 2007 in the U.S.
CA Wily Customer Experience Manager (CEM) 4.0 has been introduced by CA (NYSE:CA), an IT management software company, providing a new version of the product that allows organisations to measure and manage web applications to deliver an optimal customer experience.