decentralize


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Adam Aron, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, commented, "After much thoughtful discussion and analysis, we believe that with the depth and strength of our existing resort-based staff, and the growth and diversity of our travel businesses outside of Colorado, it is both most effective and cost-efficient to decentralize the marketing and sales functions within the company.
Founded in 2004, Celerus Diagnostics is designing an instrument that will provide the capability to decentralize testing and move results closer to the patient for quicker decision making.
Or, recognizing that Los Angeles has grown into America's largest megalopolis with many communities, should we instead decentralize city government by building one-stop regional city centers and creating a public transit system that will get people to where they want to go, throughout Los Angeles, when they want to go there?
Decentralize city government - after all, it belongs to the people and should serve them and not the other way around.
Celerus technology provides the capability to decentralize testing and move results closer to the patient for real time decision making.
One is the need to further decentralize our workforce," she said, "so that we don't have all our brain power -- our skilled employees -- in one geographic location.
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