differentiator


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Noun1.differentiator - a person who (or that which) differentiates
individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
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Differentiator It is especially important in emerging markets to know exactly what your differentiator is from competitors' products - because it almost certainly won't be price.
IP SAN is a key differentiator within our extensive portfolio of SAN offering.
A key differentiator, suggests Extending the Supply Chain, is in strategy and execution.
He also understands the gravity of the task set before him, and the importance of design as a strategic differentiator in a common component set world.
For example, all market indicators show that New York Life and Northwestern Mutual are performing well "because they're a clear differentiator now, they've got their career agents," he said.
Attaching the PRCBS reduces the possibility of overlooking an important report, improves communication, and might provide a market differentiator for your practice by demonstrating to patients that you are committed to keeping them informed.
They enable any provider to efficiently and cost-effectively offer value-added services via a variety of optimized topologies including Point-to-Point, Daisy Chain and Add/Drop configurations--a key competitive differentiator.
Major insurance manufacturers that wish to compete must now view the traditional underwriting function in some very nontraditional ways--with the ultimate goal of making underwriting a highly visible business differentiator.
A key differentiator of Insight is its ability to automatically populate an engineering database from existing information -- CAD drawings and geometry, scanned images, BOM/MRP II information, and more.