ACORA

AcronymDefinition
ACORAArchbishops' Commission on Rural Areas
ACORAAutomated Construction of Relational Attributes (algorithms; data mining)
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All staff at Just Computing will become part of Acora whose offices are in Shirley and Burgess Hill, West Sussex.
Acora said the undisclosed acquisition would add complementary managed services to its portfolio and the enlarged group would have around 200 employees, more than 250 customers and manage multi-year IT services contracts of PS45 million.
The quality of the team was also a key factor in our decision to bring them into Acora and we look forward to working with them and all their customers.
All Just employees will become part of Acora and the customers will seamlessly migrate to Acora over the coming months, benefiting from the strength and depth of the combined service teams.
The acquisition will allow Acora to add complementary managed services to its portfolio whilst providing the opportunity for Just's clients to experience enhanced services working with Acora.
Acora will now have around 200 employees, over 250 customers and manage multi-year IT services contracts of over GBP 45m.
From its service operations centres in Sussex and the West Midlands, Acora is a UK based IT services and technology partner with over 25 years' experience.
A number of students visited Acora in the hope of securing work experience with the company and Amy, Mariusz and Connor were the students who impressed and quickly confirmed their placement.
As well as this, Acora met with first year students from the college.
Mas aun, por esto mismo parece aceptable que en Acora y Juli el acceso a recursos de primer orden social como el maiz aparezca vinculado exclusivamente al intercambio.
La evaluacion se efectuo en los centros poblados de Caritamaya, Marquesquena, Iskata y Thunco, pertenecientes a la provincia punena de Acora, importante zona productora de quinua.
Asimismo, Cutimbo es uno de muchos complejos funerarios en la cuenca oeste del Lago Titicaca como Sillustani (Ayca 1995), Tanka Tanka (Hyslop 1977b) o Acora (Hyslop 1990:249) que conformarian un patron que consistiria en la concentracion de estructuras funerarias monumentales sobre mesetas o accidentes geograficos que se elevan sobre la superficie terrestre.