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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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With the new Tidemark Planning and Analytics for Energy, executives, managers and foremen can:
Input or adjust information into Tidemark from virtually any device and instantly see the impact it will have on current and future financial and operational metrics in the field
Since 1984, Tidemark Computer Systems has been providing innovative solutions that streamline government business processes and manage workflow communication.
24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Tidemark, maker of modern cloud business planning and enterprise analytics apps, today introduced Tidemark Compete(TM), the first benchmarking capabilities for planning, budgeting and forecasting.
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Prior to joining Tidemark, Gorman served as president of Aladdin North American Internet Security.
According to Bruce Dahl, president and CEO of Tidemark corporate, Gorman's background as a CEO made him a great fit for the job.
Subscription commerce businesses will use Tidemark for revenue, people, and expense planning as well as analytics including data integrations with CRM, ERP, Procurement, and HCM systems.
By partnering with Tidemark, NIC can develop new services for cities and counties more rapidly than ever before," said Coutermarsh.
Said Bruce Dahl, president and CEO of Tidemark, "NIC is the world leader in providing eGovernment solutions and we anticipate that this partnership will fuel the adoption of our best-of-class permit, planning and related applications into state and local markets.
Bruce Dahl, president and CEO of Tidemark, proudly accepted this award, which followed closely on the heels of a previous award ranking Tidemark the 19th fastest growing high-tech company in the state, on behalf of the company.
With 641 percent growth over the last five years and Bruce Dahl, president and CEO of Tidemark, was proud to accept honors on behalf of the company.