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  • We want to 'productise' all those areas that make OCS a complicated solution and scale it right down so a two-person business can use it. "

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  • The smart companies, the ones that will prosper, are those that seek to leverage this growing opportunity, those who productise innovation and collaboration in the workplace and enrich the lives of their employees and customers while actively reducing the barriers that restrict ability to adapt.

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  • The Planets consortium brings together the unique experience required to research, develop, deliver and productise practical digital preservation solutions.

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  • We are working very hard to mature it and productise it and our plan is something in the second half, to give something out on real devices.

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  • The technology is venomously difficult to productise and there is no optical enterprise storage market outside the entry-level stuff like DVDs and CDs, where a mass consumer market holds down the costs of media and drives.

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  • "If we find the demand is good and customers find it suits their needs, there's potential to properly productise net filters before they are potentially introduced [nationally]."

    Whirlpool.net.au

  • ASUS to productise its Marine Cool concept board as the Sabertooth 55i ASUS to bring SATA 6Gb/s performance to complete line of P55 boards Foxconn serves up its take on Intel's P55 chipset with the Inferno Katana Quantum Force P55 platform, Inferno Katana, leads you into "Motherboard 2.0" generation. now seeing is "Believing"! your right2reply

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  • "It's true that the UK has high quality engineering and idea creation, but that the Americans are way better at dumbing down the message to productise and sell.

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  • The demonstration of our initial idea, developed by The Foundry's chief scientist Simon Robinson, received a lot of attention at NAB 2009, and encouraged by this feedback we have been working hard to productise it in a timely fashion. "

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  • Jos White from Solon commented: "We are excited about Concentra's ability to productise consulting with web technology and develop SaaS based products that are easier to set up and deliver ROI.

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