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- adj. From which a benchmark (standard metric) can be derived.
It's a global take on the supplier development strategy. e-sourcing and sourcing technology is considered "benchmarkable" at the very least by many organizations (if not industry-leading), thanks in great part to the work of Gregg Brandyberry, vice president of global procurement systems and operation and
Kori Schake rejects the notion that more troops would be effective without attaching a benchmarkable plan to bolster governance in the country.
After all, the game doesn't launch in North America until mid-September, and was only released as a benchmarkable demo by Nvidia to showcase its 3D Vision technology.
These include the global trend towards integration of financial and environmental reporting increasing stakeholder demands for demonstrable environmental improvements the knock-on effects of international agreements such as the Kyoto Protocol which are requiring companies to submit verifiable environmental data the trend of industry associations towards collecting benchmarkable environmental data as a basis for improvements towards best practice among their corporate members and the "tail-wags-the-dog" effect, where stringent external reporting practices act as a driver to improve internal environmental management and performance practices.