differentiator


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Synonyms for differentiator

a person who (or that which) differentiates

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It's more likely if you have a strong differentiator.
The greater buyer sophistication is making design an even more important differentiator.
How we respond to that change will be the differentiator between success and mediocrity.
Insight's tools for accessing database information are also important differentiators.
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United Online was one of the first ISPs who understood how our technology could be a real enabler and differentiator of dial-up services.
The Wakesoft Architecture Platform provides a structure that enables project teams to deliver SOA-ready systems in phases, delivering positive ROI at every step--a key differentiator in this market.
Lombardi for Office has become a tremendous differentiator for the company in competitive situations, with fully 56% of customers electing to leverage the technology alongside their TeamWorks implementations.
Management systems are becoming a key differentiator for companies like Caspian, and TimesTen provides the right combination of features to bring out the value of their offering.
Given that scenario and the fact that demand for this type of graphics solution is growing in the mainstream commercial and consumer markets, the decision to acquire HydraVision provides ATI with a key differentiator.