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TCV

abbreviation for total cell volume.
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Total TCV was up 148 percent year-over-year, and new business TCV was up 165 percent year-over-year for the fourth quarter.
The prequalification by WHO will also make the cost of TCVs cheaper especially in low and middle-income countries.
We have tracked EtQ for several years and have been impressed with its flexible product offering, customer-centric approach, and consistent execution," said Kapil Venkatachalam, general partner at TCV.
TCV provides capital to growth-stage private and public companies in the technology industry.
As part of the investment, the AxiomSL board of directors will benefit from the expertise of Rick Kimball, Founding General Partner at TCV, and Nari Ansari, Principal at TCV.
However, TCV generated by European enterprises actually declined sharply
Thomas says, "North America once again dominated public sector contract activity, with 90 percent of quarterly TCV derived from the region.
The UK performed particularly badly with a TCV of Au4.
The MROV and the TCV form the best bomb disposal team working in crowded areas, which are difficult to evacuate.
Iain Shovlin, a vice president at California-headquartered TCV, who will join the MoneyExpert board as a non executive director, said: "We have spent significant time assessing the UK aggregator marketplace and have had a good experience investing in this sector in North America.
Elsewhere, the total number of transactions completed as the result of a restructuring of a prior contract was a record at 72, but the TCV of just over $20 billion was not a record.