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CCS

canine Cushing's syndrome.
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The CCS team investigates all remaining viable leads and, in most situations, identifies new leads and additional witnesses.
This is an exciting time for CCS as we plan to capitalize on the growing demand of high value-added voice and data supporting services across the country.
CCS helps individuals and organizations implement customer-centric sales approaches that focus on identifying the customer's needs and providing solutions that fit those needs.
We are pleased to help organizations adopt CCS methodology with this special edition of CCS Landslide," said Razi Imam, CEO of SalesGene.
The relationship with CCS is consistent with CCC's strategy of providing our customers with access to value-added applications and services.
Founded in 1994, CCS Medical has become a leading direct-to-consumer provider of medical supplies to patients suffering from chronic conditions such as Diabetes and COPD.
The sale of our Pharmacy and Supplies business to CCS Medical will allow Matria to continue to offer our clients the ancillary services that support our disease management programs.
In 2003, CCS recorded approximately $107 million in revenues (unaudited) and is expected to grow by at least 15% in 2004.
ImageWare's CCS also features add-on facial recognition and digital composite sketching modules to further speed investigative process by enabling law enforcement officials to easily create a digital suspect composite.
CCS to Recommend and Implement Serena ECM Solutions and Services
OTCBB:SITG), announced that its subsidiary, CCS International, Ltd.
These security products are marketed and sold by its subsidiary CCS International, Inc.