A MAJOR MARKETING AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: The individual projects of interest to the local salesman when aggregated determine the potential for the company. This is just one example of the need to relate a myriad of facts and statistics. Here is a system which continually tracks oil and gas, refining, ethanol, LNG, cement, steel and other projects. A series of companion reports provide the latest project information on power, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, and flat panel display projects.
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Who would deny that it is better to attach a number to a conclusion about your market. Yet now many conferences end with some qualitative rather than quantitative conclusion.
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