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concurrent

 [kon-ker´ent]
happening at the same time; simultaneous.

concurrent

adjective Occurring at the same time.

concurrent

simultaneous as in disease, infection, infestation.
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Healthlink: Simplifies expense reporting for healthcare and life sciences by connecting HealthLink Dimensions' accurate, compliance-grade database of healthcare professionals to Concur expense.
To learn more, please visit ONESOURCE Indirect Tax details located in the Concur App Center.
With today's announcement, we are giving our mutual customers a transparent and seamless experience so they can get the most out of their travel budgets," said Steve Singh, chairman and CEO at Concur.
Concur continues to set the standard for corporate expense management by taking the lead in offering its customers complete best-in-class solutions," said Tim FitzGerald, vice president of strategic alliances for Concur Technologies, Inc.
Concur is the first offering in the RailSync suite of Internet-based products for Short Line and Regional railroads.
The new visual design creates a more appealing and dynamic look to the Concur App.
If you purchased Concur securities during the class period, you may request that the Court appoint you as lead plaintiff by September 24, 2001.
If you bought the securities of Concur between December 16, 1998 and December 6, 2000, you may, no later than September 24, 2001, request that the Court appoint you as lead plaintiff in this action.
Increased Savings: Concur TripLink enables travelers to take advantage of their corporate program when they book directly with United.
The agreement, the result of an extensive investigation of time tracking technology for Concur and several months of planning between the two companies, creates a comprehensive corporate expense management solution suite.