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EAP

Abbreviation for employee assistance program.
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eGain for Cisco Unified CCX delivers consistent experiences, powered by a shared knowledge base, across channels.
Opticon mobile computers with Summit Wi-Fi(R) inside have been certified for Version 4 of Cisco Compatible Extensions, or CCX.
We're extremely pleased to be joining CCX as part of our broader corporate commitment to sustainable development," said Jeff Schwartz, ProLogis chief executive officer.
No one has more rugged mobile computer models certified for CCX V4 than LXE," says Roeder.
The CCX can be fitted with SystemST ceramic brakes as an option
CCX is North America's only, and the world's first, legally binding multi-sectoral, rule-based and integrated greenhouse gas emission registry, reduction and trading system CCX members reflect a cross-section of major public and private sector North American entities, including Abitibi- Consolidated, Manitoba Hydro, Ford Motor, International Paper, IBM, DuPont, American Electric Power, cities such as Chicago, Oakland, California; Boulder, Colorado, Portland, Oregon and the State of New Mexico as well as non- industrial environmental innovators such as World Resources Institute, and the Rocky Mountain Institute.
The company is currently seeking a strategic partner to help it go forward with the said ventures and interested players may consult the available data room, CCX stressed.
Cargill has now met every CCX GHG reduction target since 2003
Packing 806 bhp and capable of more than 245 mph the CCX runs the Bugatti Veyron close in performance terms.
CCX members are leaders in greenhouse gas management and represent all sectors of the global economy, as well as public sector innovators.
CCX began trading in 2003 and today has more than 400 members who are leaders in greenhouse gas management and mitigation.
According to Sandor, the CCX will facilitate trades among seven midwestern states that together comprise the fourth-largest trading bloc in the world.