incent

in·cent

 (ĭn-sĕnt′)
tr.v. in·cent·ed, in·cent·ing, in·cents
To incentivize: "would use tax breaks to incent corporations to invest in their future" (Scott Canon).

[Back-formation from incentive.]

incent

(ɪnˈsɛnt)
vb (tr)
to provide (someone) with incentive; inspire or motivate
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The platform works on CPI-basis, offering both incent and non-incent traffic, so advertisers will pay only for actual installs.
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Up to 717 pilgrims were martyred and 863 others wounded in the tragic incent earlier Thursday.
When you have Salesforce and Xactly Incent integration, you will have a single accurate version that can be automatically sent to payroll.
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Provider of cloud-based incentive compensation and sales performance management (SPM) Xactly Corporation on Tuesday announced that its Xactly Incent has been selected by CooperSurgical.
As a result of state policymakers embracing the data agenda and the federal support to fuel and incent this momentum, every state now has the capacity to empower education stakeholders to make informed decisions.
It's disappointing but the big incent ive is there - a game against Queen of the South at Palmerston in the next round.
Many companies will incent collections staff on minimizing A/R over 60 days outstanding when, in fact, they should reward those that collect A/R within the agreed-upon time period.