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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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Following this launch with Flurry of non-incented mobile app-install ads, the company intends to launch incented mobile app install ads in Q2.
This project, pending final company approval, is estimated to be a $35 million capital investment that will create or retain a total of 28 jobs, of which 17 would be incented through today's award", said the Iowa Economic Development Board.
All the regulation in the world isn't going to fundamentally change things unless the customer is incented to change their behaviour and buying patterns.
By mining purchase and acreage information from the database, loyal customers were identified, mailed the potential to earn a flight coupon and thanked for their recent Puma purchase, and incented to purchase again in 2004.
May says that a system that funnels "loans" from headquarters to a subsidiary allows subsidiaries to have their own profit centers and to be incented on performance.
Operations IT teams are incented to build firewalls and other defenses that protect critical data.
Employees are trained, supervised and incented to do work, which can be identified by "activities" such as "manufacturing a product," "recording transactions," "servicing a customer" and so on.
Increased engagement can be incented with overt rewards, such as discounts.
Set up a reward system for yourself so that you are incented to tackle difficult jobs and complete them sooner rather than procrastinating.
Regulated banks are incented to push consumers towards debit usage for these smaller purchases and are no longer incented to drive towards higher-ticket usage since no additional revenue is produced from a larger ticket.
Incent IT Success: Organizations in which the IT department is incented to improve IT energy efficiency are more likely to make energy reduction a priority - 58 percent vs.
Myndnet Introduces the First Incented Lead Exchange That Leverages the Benefits of Social Networking to Connect Sales People With Pre-Qualified Buyers