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empower

verb To encourage or provide a person with the means or information to become involved in solving his/her own problems
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Empower will be taking over Providers' single branch and by January the larger Syracuse CU will have 20 offices.
SOMELEC has been working closely with Empower and chose the Empower solution due to the immediate availability of its equipment and its ability to install the plant in a relatively short time frame compared to that of conventional power stations.
the required utilization of the IWRP), which was designed to empower rehabilitation clients, when implemented systemically, had a disempowering effect on rehabilitation counselors.
Over 60 sessions spanning Empower Software's solution suite
After four regional conferences in October, we are excited for this conference where so many of Empower Network's affiliates come together to learn, network and collaborate," said Empower Network's new CEO, Jonathan Cronstedt.
Graunke, Empower Software Chairman and Co-Founder of Lake Capital said, "With Jim's leadership, the ultimate goal of Empower Software remains steadfast.
Prior to founding Empower Network, co-founders David Sharpe and David Wood experienced homeless life themselves.
Founded in 1999, EmpowER Systems is a boutique company specializing in seamless, comprehensive computerization of emergency departments.
During its quarterly conference, held in Denver in July, Empower Network unveiled this new initiative to a crowd of more than 6,000 attendees.
4 branded PC vendor, designing easy, dependable IT solutions that empower people to reach their goals and enhance their life.
Empower United seeks to leverage the collective purchasing power of US consumers by capturing the revenue created in things they already do every day.
19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Empower Software Solutions, Inc.