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target analysis

[′tär·gət ə‚nal·ə·səs]
(ordnance)
Examination of potential targets to determine their military importance, their relative priority for attack, and the capabilities of available weapons for such attack.
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A recent benchmarking study completed by Target Analysis found donor counts for 2006 were down 2.
Target Analysis Group and Target Software will continue operations as wholly-owned subsidiaries in Cambridge, Mass.
Target companies generated a little more than $21 million in total revenue for 2006, an increase of more than 20 percent compared to the prior year, with 55 percent from Target Software and 45 percent from Target Analysis.
For the 12 months ending in the second quarter of calendar year 2006, Target Analysis Group evaluated transactions for 68 leading nonprofit organizations, including nearly 39 million donors and more than 70 million gifts totaling over $1.
The impact of two major natural disasters didn't shake the traditional track of giving, according to John Mastrobattista, vice president, marketing at Target Analysis Group in Cambridge, Mass.
The Target Analysis Group has been analyzing the fundraising results of their clients.
The power of segmentation helps an organization mail less while bringing in more, according to experts from Target Analysis Group, a Cambridge, Mass.
based Target Analysis Group has developed a cross-industry benchmark.

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