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cora

A draped female figure used in architecture; a caryatid.
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The operation is not funded by the NHS and the criteria for assessing Cora's suitability for SDR surgery is different in the UK - leaving Karen and Gareth trying to raise the PS50,000 they need to take her to St Louis.
"I just want Cora to lead a life without limitations and pain," said her mum.
He said: In conjunction with our focus on global project management process excellence, the introduction and continuation of the Cora systems toolset will help us reach our goals - system standardization and driving down costly project deviation.
Commenting on the implementation, Martin said: It's a real boon for Cora that Honeywell has decided to green-light this second phase.
While at the PMI Global Congress, Cora will demonstrate how large organizations can:
Cora System's ProjectVision platform is used by customers across many industries with multiple, global sites and thousands of users.
Philip Martin, CEO of Cora Systems said, “We are delighted about this partnership with ETP and what it means to our clients.
This latest development of Cora Systems' Saas model is part of the company's ongoing dedication to providing the most efficient and effective project management software solution for their customers.
Cora Systems worked in partnership with Derbyshire Healthcare NHS FT to implement their project management software ProjectVision.