Clarify


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Clarify

(company)
A software vendor, specialising in Customer Relationship Management software. Nortel Networks sold Clarify to Amdocs in 2002.

http://amdocsclarify.com/.
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The Clarify Mobile App syncs to a proprietary, lightweight handheld device which guides patients through delivering targeted narrowband UVB phototherapy treatments for their specific skin condition.
Clarify the compliance and verification obligations of FFIs.
To determine if students achieved the curricular objectives within this case study, students will cut and paste the puzzle pieces into the appropriate Clarify, Consider, or Choose categories within Table 6 question 1.
103 the ASB clarified that oral explanations do not, by themselves, provide sufficient support for the auditor's work, though auditors may use them to further explain or clarify information that is contained in the workpapers.
Now that the campus has a conceptual understanding of the process, it is time to clarify their role in that process.
CLARiFY provides efficient and straightforward management and control of coding information, to ensure that accurate and appropriate data is printed on every production run.
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Instead, HCFA used the opportunity to justify the original intent of the rule and to clarify certain points.
In addition, the agencies stated that they would support and encourage the processes of the accounting standards setters as they seek to clarify key loan-loss allowance accounting issues.