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expertise

[eks′pərtēz′]
Etymology: L, experiri, to try
special skills or knowledge acquired by a person through education, training, or experience.
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In a conflicted age the relation of science to expertise may evolve in unexpected directions.
Until such collaborative meetings occur, stakeholders will lack full awareness of their own resources and expertise.
Abjuring technical expertise went hand in hand with an aggressive refusal to order his found material in terms of its intrinsic quality, his famous posture of "liking everything.
In this case, M's attorney, E, had expertise in tax investigation and assessment, tax litigation and a background as an IRS Special Agent.
Their in-house staff has comprehensive expertise in all facets of property development, including land use and project planning, entitlement processing, market research, financial feasibility, and construction and development management.
I-Storm's business model focuses on the co-development of new online channels for established brands using e-commerce knowledge and operational expertise to create robust eBusinesses.
So overload does not rule out the kind of solo interdisciplinary research that requires expertise in at least two specialties in different disciplines, if we consider only the case of the research worker who has some where and somehow already achieved expertise in the different specialties and consider only the problem of keeping up (task overload can arise anywhere).
The Microsoft Partner Program offers a single, integrated partnering framework that recognizes partner expertise, rewards the total impact that partners have in the technology marketplace, and delivers more value to help partners' businesses be successful.
Becoming a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner demonstrates our expertise in delivering solutions on the Microsoft platform that help customers better govern the IT estate," remarked Andy Burton, CEO of Centennial Software.
Mark Weinstein, President and CEO of Bio-Imaging, said, "This planned acquisition is consistent with our strategy to be the leader in medical imaging core lab services by expanding our therapeutic expertise in the CNS and Neurovascular area, introducing new image analysis solutions and strengthening our global presence.
Prior to the enterprise launch of Windows Vista last year, VMC actively invested in the platform by stepping up development and training specific to Windows Vista, extending the expertise of hundreds of its Windows support professionals.