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organic development

Internal growth based on adjusting and adapting to the situations at hand. For example, new information systems might evolve incrementally based on user feedback rather than starting anew with a system from a third party. See organic search.
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San Francisco: Ignatius, 2003); Laszlo Dobszay, The Restoration and Organic Development of the Roman Rite (London: T.
Under the leadership of current CEO Jim Heppelmann, the company has pursued an aggressive strategy of acquisitions and rapid organic development to expand its offerings into fast-growing markets.
Emmanuel Hernandez said, "The Board and management are aligned around SunEdison's strategy and I look forward to working closely with Ahmad and the management team as we continue to improve the organizational alignment and the effectiveness of our structure to focus on the organic development opportunities that lie ahead in order to deliver value for shareholders.
We have a pretty healthy organic development plan, but most of our growth will come through acquisitions," he said.
The company said that both purchases are consistent with its strategy of expansion through "a combination of well-planned organic development and selected earnings enhancing acquisitions that strengthen the portfolio, widen the customer base and internationalize the business.
Belting also offers an overly narrow account of the way in which early art historians attempted to capture the changes of art in the organic development of styles.
By all the canons of reason and logic, the majority of the panel utterly discredited this pro-cloning argument, by observing that unlike a pile of building materials, the human embryo is "an integrated, self-developing whole, capable (if all goes well) of the continued organic development characteristic of human beings.
CA Technologies has solid cloud go-to-market programs reaching both enterprise and service provider customers, and continues to invest aggressively in its cloud management portfolio via acquisitions, partnerships, and organic development," commented Mary Johnston Turner, research vice president, Enterprise System Management Software at IDC.
About Ryder Ryder Europe was established in 1971 and has grown through acquisition and organic development into a sizeable force in transportation with a fleet of more than 22,500 trucks and trailers.
Valeant faced fire in the protracted fight for Allergan, with accusations from its target and other critics that it is nothing more than a serial buyer that cuts R&D and staff once it has acquired a company, has little organic development and produces opaque financial results.
ORGANIC and conventional grain growers can find out more about marketing options at Middle Garth Farm, Bettws, Newtown SY16 3LN, next Tuesday, May 10, in an event organised by Organic Centre Wales as part of the Farming Connect organic development programme.
CareerBuilder is building its international presence through a combination of organic development, partnerships and acquisitions as market conditions warranted.