expertise


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Synonyms for expertise

Synonyms for expertise

natural or acquired facility in a specific activity

Synonyms for expertise

skillfulness by virtue of possessing special knowledge

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HSBC's team of custody professionals possess cross border investment expertise that exceeds an average of seven years each in the Brazilian market, a critical factor in achieving the highest levels of servicing performance in securities services.
In fact, if each agency provides some limited support, such as personnel, resources, training expertise, and computer equipment, the high-tech group likely can be self-supporting.
The foregoing examples strongly suggest the need for a horizontal term that cuts across the presumed vertical division between fine art and the vernacular: Analysis needs instead to focus on the question of expertise and where it might lie.
Today, Microsoft recognizes SolarWinds for its skills and expertise in providing customer satisfaction with Microsoft products and technology.
Microsoft Gold Certified Partners, which have certified expertise and direct training and support from Microsoft, can build a positive customer experience with our technologies.
Becoming a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner demonstrates our expertise in delivering solutions on the Microsoft platform that help customers better govern the IT estate," remarked Andy Burton, CEO of Centennial Software.
Mark Weinstein, President and CEO of Bio-Imaging, said, "This planned acquisition is consistent with our strategy to be the leader in medical imaging core lab services by expanding our therapeutic expertise in the CNS and Neurovascular area, introducing new image analysis solutions and strengthening our global presence.
Prior to the enterprise launch of Windows Vista last year, VMC actively invested in the platform by stepping up development and training specific to Windows Vista, extending the expertise of hundreds of its Windows support professionals.
So overload does not rule out the kind of solo interdisciplinary research that requires expertise in at least two specialties in different disciplines, if we consider only the case of the research worker who has some where and somehow already achieved expertise in the different specialties and consider only the problem of keeping up (task overload can arise anywhere).
The Seventh, Ninth and Eleventh Circuits have interpreted it to allow an enhancement when the attorneys have specialized expertise in a particular area of law; see Raines, 44 F3d 1355 1361 (7th Cir.
GreenPark, with offices in Seal Beach, CA and New York City, combines real estate redevelopment experience and remediation expertise with financial strength and risk management expertise to deliver solutions for owners of contaminated property throughout the United States.
last week announced an alliance that will leverage the strengths of CA's Global Professional Services group's eBusiness infrastructure experience and I- Storm's e-commerce expertise to finance, build and operate world-class e- commerce storefronts with the critical backend systems required by today's major corporations and retailers.
With established expertise in investment banking, equity research and sales & trading, Acumen BioFin provides clients with highly specialized services that promote their long-term success.
s Partner Program, recognizing Bit9's expertise and total impact in the technology marketplace.