Quality deemed more critical than price as companies progress with PV case intake automation, 2021 Arriello UK/US survey finds

COVID-19 may have delayed deployment, but interest in PV automation remains strong – and would be higher still if companies could overcome the perception of poor solution choice, validation challenges, and the learning curve linked to adopting new processes

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Quality deemed more critical than price as companies progress with PV case intake automation, 2021 Arriello UK/US survey finds

COVID-19 may have delayed deployment, but interest in PV automation remains strong – and would be higher still if companies could overcome the perception of poor solution choice, validation challenges, and the learning curve linked to adopting new processes

(PRWeb October 06, 2021)

Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/quality_deemed_more_critical_than_price_as_companies_progress_with_pv_case_intake_automation_2021_arriello_uk_us_survey_finds/prweb18240645.htm

Duterte’s flip-flop announcements, defense of Pharmally causing survey dip

Political analysts Prof. Jean Franco and Prof. Antonio Contreras say President Duterte’s conflicting statement on whether to run or not and his defense of officials involved in corruption issues are among the factors causing the dip in his survey numbers.

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New survey reveals Canadian employers struggling to hire

Fifty-five per cent of small and medium-sized businesses in Canada are struggling to hire the workers they need, which is limiting growth and forcing businesses to delay or refuse new orders, according to a study released by the Business Development Bank of Canada.

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Breaking down preferences in latest Pulse Asia Survey

#BilangPilipino2022 | Pulse Asia President Ronald Holmes tells One PH’s #SaTotooLang that the number of people supporting President Rodrigo Duterte as vice president has not really changed based on their September survey. What was more significant is the increase in the number of people supporting Senate President Tito Sotto in his bid for the second highest post in the country.

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Pulse Asia says survey numbers could change drastically once campaign period kicks in

Pulse Asia President Ronald Holmes maintains the September survey result does not in any way predict what will happen in the 2022 elections as the current numbers can still drastically change once the campaign period next year kicks in. #BilangPilipino2022

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Pollster president addresses Moreno camp’s release of survey favoring mayor in 4-way presidential ra

Pulse Asia President Dr. Ronald Holmes explains the difference between their regular election surveys and commissioned surveys, whose outcomes might change depending on what choices are indicated.

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All survey results still “fluid” — PDP-Laban membership head

PDP-Laban membership committee head Astravel Pimentel-Naic tells #TheBigStory the ruling party believes President Duterte will win as vice president once the 2022 elections become clearer. #BilangPilipino2022

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SWS survey: 6 in 10 Filipinos say Duterte’s VP bid ‘unconstitutional’

#BilangPilipino2022 | The majority of Filipinos in a survey conducted by SWS believe Pres. Rodrigo Duterte’s vice presidential bid for the 2022 polls violates the Constitution.

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