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user-centric

adjective Referring to products and services designed with the user in mind.
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18 September 2012 - German market researcher GfK AG (ETR:GFK) has unveiled its takeover of US user experience (UX) research and design specialist User Centric Inc.
User Centric has over 50 consultants and is the largest UX research and design firm in the United States, GfK says.
Country: USASector: Business and Consumer ServicesTarget: User Centric IncBuyer: GfK AGType: Corporate acquisitionStatus: Agreed
and Aga Bojko, User Centric, presented real world examples demonstrating the techniques used to evaluate, design and improve insights into product and services, and ultimately user experiences.
NUREMBERG, Germany -- GfK, one of the leading market research companies in the world, today announced the acquisition of User Centric, Inc, with effect from October 1(st).
User Centric helps design the tools necessary to achieve those business goals and help service agents to be more productive.
The joint proposition these partners have created in our business enables us to help our customers successfully adopt new technologies such as Windows 7, desktop and application virtualization in its many and varied forms, and ultimately to facilitate the strategic move towards user centric computing.
User Centric is a global consulting firm that focuses on improving the user experience.
With this announcement, Qosmos is strengthening its innovative user centric management new generation approach even in rapidly evolving network architectures (e.
Prior to implementing Vernier's user centric security solution, IT managers at St.
EUR is clearly demonstrating its continued leadership in billing solutions by investing in user centric features for its customers.
CitX core product competencies include Secure Authenticated e-Commerce Services, User Centric Vertical Portals and e-Marketplace Community platforms, Mission-Centric Application Service Provider (ASP) platforms and self-healing distributed networking infrastructure.