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be sold more often than other, similar products

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But change of a different and bigger kind is in motion," said Leigh Watson Healy, Chief Analyst, Outsell.
We are living in a data-driven planet, where tracking and analytics sense and evaluate everything we do," said Leigh Watson Healy, Chief Analyst, Outsell.
The terms of the merger were not disclosed but Gilbane will operate as a division of Outsell.
A computer-generated image of Airbus' planned twin-engine, medium capacity family of aircraft, the A350 XWB, the mid-sized jet designed to rival Boeing's 787 Dreamliner - the plane which helped the American firm outsell Airbus this year
News and trade information vendors are reeling after the dot corn crash," said Outsell director and lead analyst Janet Cleary.
In the Outsell report, Linguamatics finds itself amongst other industry trend setters and market leaders.
This trend is speeding up everywhere," said Anthea Stratigos, Co-Founder and CEO, Outsell.
Some industry experts believe Celebra, a painkiller that cuts inflammation but avoids the stomach-damaging effects of aspirin, ibuprofen and acetaminophen, could outsell the impotency drug by millions of dollars a year.
Outsell adds several new VP's to lead unparalleled coverage of the information industry
International Data Corporation (IDC) was recently profiled in an analytical report* on the IT Research industry published by Outsell, Inc.
Jim Longo recently joined Outsell as VP of Product Marketing.
and Scout Analytics[TM] today announced that Reed Business Information UK is using Outsell Scout Analytics, a service to help digital paid-content providers increase revenues by matching each subscriber with the licensed content that will best meet their needs.
8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- HG Data Company, a "big data" startup tracking the use of enterprise technology, has been selected as one of "30 companies to watch" in 2013 by market research firm Outsell.
amp; LONDON -- Success for information and publishing companies this year will depend on "Looking for Revenue in All the Right Places," according to Outsell, Inc.