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market share

The percentage of total market potential for a particular service or goods that a provider of those services or goods has captured.

market share

Vox populi The percentage of total market potential for a particular service or goods that a provider of those services or goods has captured. See Market.
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The Neustar MarketShare Marketing Planning and Allocation solution offers advertisers a guide to budgeting and planning decisions, as well as trade-off scenarios for allocations predictively across products, markets, segments and channels.
NYSE: NSR) has closed its acquisition of MarketShare Partners, LLC, a marketing analytics technology provider to major brands, for USD 450m, the company said.
On numbers used by Statcounter, Windows 10 has 11 percent marketshare, with XP claiming 8.
Xiaomi maintained first position, but Apple is rapidly closing the gap with 12 percent marketshare in second place.
DSL remains at the 2nd place in account of marketshare in terms of numbers of subscribers with 1.
smartphone operating system marketshare, while "others" have 5.
The major nonwovens manufacturers of this material are Tapyrus, JapanVilene and Kuraray; the marketshare occupied by these three companies is more than 90%.
MarketShare 360 uses a patented cloud-modeling framework that allows it to scale proven predictive analytics with big data manipulation capabilities.
PIA also released a program, bylined by its president, called: "Building Marketshare In The American Agency System.
1 in domestic marketshare in 2007, is such an example.
Compared with physicians with very low, low, or medium Medicaid exposure, the non-Medicaid marketshare of atorvastatin dropped approximately two percentage points and the non-Medicaid marketshare of simvastatin and pravastatin increased by approximately one percentage point among physicians with high Medicaid exposure after six months.
Network Processor Market Grew 30% in 2003 to a Record $85M; AMCC's Marketshare Almost Triple That of Nearest Competitor