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tidemark

1. a mark left by the highest or lowest point of a tide
2. a marker indicating the highest or lowest point reached by a tide

tidemark

[′tīd‚märk]
(oceanography)
A high-water mark left by tidal water.
The highest point reached by a high tide.
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When selected, advanced financial planning and analytics solutions like Tidemark can help CFOs get their arms around data to quickly and easily identify business drivers and risks, run different scenarios and use unprecedented "what-if modelling" derived from both internal and external data to assist in their decision-making process.
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LAS VEGAS -- Workday Rising booth #102 - Tidemark, the enterprise performance management company built for the cloud, today announced the next phase of its partnership with Workday, a leader in enterprise cloud applications for human resources and finance, with the release of a native integration between Tidemark's financial planning and performance management applications and Workday's Human Capital Management (HCM) and Financial Management applications, as part of Workday Rising.
Whether at headquarters, in a remote location or during a commute, employees of a wide variety can now access the new Tidemark Planning and Analytics for Energy for all of their performance-related data to build what-if scenarios, develop or adjusts plans in real-time and predict forecasts.
There's no kitchen to speak of, just an oldfashioned range that predates Agas, and there's a tidemark all around where you can see the damp.
He inspected the slurry store with Griffith and a tidemark on the walls showed that the level had recently dropped.
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Meanwhile, Henrik Larsson would undoubtedly win the Golden Flip Flop, although Celtic boss Martin O'Neill would obviously insist Rangers are still the tidemark.