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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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Tenders are invited for: Planck legacy archive added-value interfaces
The Select Service providers offer State Farm customers added-value services and uses inspectors to verify the repairs on a certain percentage of vehicles repaired in Select Service facilities.
Other added-value initiatives include juicing fruit and providing freezer packs of produce.
Added-Value Poultry continues to gain in popularity, although it is the fresh sector that is growing at a quicker rate, according to Sun Valley Foods, the manufacturers of fresh-added value poultry products.
Passion for libraries will derive from added-value service satisfaction, not from technology, telecommunications, computing, and buildings.
Data also shows that the added-value of non-oil activities fell 3.