Added Value


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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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An economics official noted that the rates of added value and R&D outlay will be two major criteria for the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) in reviewing the investment projects of the petrochemical industry, as well as the provision of investment incentives.
In the third quarter of 2010, the added value of the Bulgarian economy is down by 0.
The significance of added value comes from the fact that value creation is what makes enterprises competitive.
This has resulted in a growing demand for transactional services with high added value, particularly within 'business community' structures.
Being behind the added value service curve means that the needs of the majority of the people are being met elsewhere.
The front duplex utilizes part of the first floor and, for added value to the buyer, part of the cellar as a large, additional, family recreation room.
Nevertheless, to us, cash management is a strategic service with very high added value for clients, to which we are strongly committed.
An example of this philosophy is SUREHEALTH[TM], a certified cattle health program to help producers capture added value by increasing productivity.
One way that top service providers like ABM offer added value is by bringing people with property management backgrounds into the fold, so that our clients can see that we understand the bigger picture as well.