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Added Value

The “tweaking” of a good or service to increase its value—i.e., cost—to the consumer. For diagnostic data, value can be added to the report, by charting a person’s risk of suffering a particular outcome based on their results, or recommend that the patient see a doctor.
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Tenders are invited for: Planck legacy archive added-value interfaces
The Select Service providers offer State Farm customers added-value services and uses inspectors to verify the repairs on a certain percentage of vehicles repaired in Select Service facilities.
Other added-value initiatives include juicing fruit and providing freezer packs of produce.
Added-Value Poultry continues to gain in popularity, although it is the fresh sector that is growing at a quicker rate, according to Sun Valley Foods, the manufacturers of fresh-added value poultry products.
Passion for libraries will derive from added-value service satisfaction, not from technology, telecommunications, computing, and buildings.
Sales growth in the ready meals market has been aided by a focus on added-value recipes.
Data also shows that the added-value of non-oil activities fell 3.
other meat and meat products Co based around processed and added-value products such as sausages, meat pies and pasties, cooked meats, frozen meats, canned meats, meat-based ready meals, pastes and spreads.
The increasing consumer awareness of the dangers of overexposure to the sun's harmful UV radiation combined with a large number of added-value products from many of the leading manufacturers, rising levels of disposable income have boosted demand for evermore premium products.
These new members will strengthen the business ecosystem developed around ObjectWeb's open-source middleware suite and complement it with differentiated added-value offers and professional services.
Annual Report of China Mobile Added-value Service Market (2009)