The conference will be addressed by a senior official from East-West Bank, Philippines, one of the early innovators
to adopt CTS.
One of the early innovators
of the microcomputer revolution, Wozniak co-founded Apple Computers (now Apple Inc.
As early innovators
in the Digital TV market we are delighted
The KPMG Government Institute conducted a survey on February 21 as part of a webcast, "State Health Insurance Exchanges: Navigating the Challenges and Lessons Learned from the Early Innovators
Inbau and the late Reid are the developers of this technique and early innovators
in the area of interrogation, and Buckley and Jayne are experts responsible for the updates and revision of this work.
using this SDK feature include USA Today Online, Wayport and Lehi Roller Mills.
In the mid-1980s it brought together early innovators
who knew that, one day, everyone would use laptops and PalmPilots and cell phones: in the 1990s it was among the first to showcase inflators of the dot-com bubble and decoders of DNA and the genome.
What we've seen is that, with the help of our early innovators
, the radio astronomy community, we are now selling our disk-based recorders to a wider community that now includes a strong customer base in the military.
Herrick, Feinstein was one of the early innovators
in the public syndication of real estate equity and had served as counsel to the National Association of Real Estate Syndicators.
Ralph Carlson, Tom McCluhan and Lorne Whitney were among the early innovators
and technical support engineers that developed alloys and processes and transferred them to the foundry floor.
The English were early innovators
in creating institutions to deal with vagrants and beggars.
Openwave is one of the early innovators
in mobile data and messaging, and is a founding member of multiple industry forums to promote the use of mobile services.