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benchmark

(bench′mark″)
1. A criterion of quality or service in health care, usually expressed as a measurable standard.
2. A reference standard or basis for comparison that serves as a definition of a norm.

benchmark

a point of reference about which comparisons can be made.
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Another key tenet of Bapco is to be a responsible corporate citizen.
What contributions did Bapco make to the national economy of Bahrain during the year?
Having successfully deployed industry-leading data protection architecture, Bapco has been able to improve backup and recovery service level agreements while restoring confidence in the organisation's ability to restore critical data and applications.
INVESTMENT IN TECHNOLOGY Bapco is implementing a comprehensive programme to create some of the world's most sophisticated refiners.
Bapco sold first-quarter term gasoil at a premium of $3 a barrel to Middle East quotes, which traders have said was unusually high.
In a special gathering held at the refinery, attended by Bapco management and employees, deputy chief executive and chairman of the environment, health, safety committee Ebrahim Talib congratulated all Bapco and contractors' employees on the achievement.
Almoayyed first joined Bapco in the upstream division in a supervisory role after graduating from Cairo University as a geologist in 1973.
The company has reached out to different charities to understand their needs and how to best help fulfill them through providing them with medical supplies, computers, or facility renovation, a statement from Bapco said.
The technology licence and engineering services agreements were signed by Bapco chief executive Dr Pete Bartlett and UK-based WorleyParsons commercial director Steve Pollitt.
Abdul-Kareem told the Bahraini newspaper (Al-Watan) today that Bapco has almost completed its ambitious 10-year strategic investment program for modernization of Bapco refinery at a total cost of more than USD 1.
The inaugural ceremony on Sunday was attended by Bapco chairman Adel Khalil Almoayyed, chief executive Gordon Smith and members of the board and management.
Gordon Smith, the new chief executive of Bapco succeeded Faisal Al Mahroos on January 1, 2012 and already is making his mark in Bahrain.