ACV


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AcronymDefinition
ACVAir Cushion Vehicle
ACVAttitude (Data) Collection Verification
ACVAll-Commodity Volume
ACVArtisans Center of Virginia
ACVAnálisis de Ciclo de Vida (Spanish: Life Cycle Analysis)
ACVAutomobil-Club Verkehr Bundesrepublik Deutschland
ACVArcata, CA, USA - Arcata/Eureka Airport (Airport Code)
ACVArmored Command Vehicle
ACVAssociation Canadienne de Vexillologie (Canada)
ACVAsser Christelijke Voetbalvereniging (Netherlands)
ACVAlternating Current Voltammetry
ACVAll Commodity Value (business metric)
ACVaircraft cockpit video
ACVAt-Completion Variance
ACVArmored Cannon Vehicle
ACVAddress Control Vector
ACVAN/UYS-2 COTS Variant (US Navy)
ACVAdministrative Control Value
ACVAuxiliary Aircraft Carriers (CVE) (obsolete) (US Navy)
ACVAccount Current Value
ACVAutomobile Club de Vichy (French: Automobile Club of Vichy; Vichy, France)
ACVAlberto-Culver Company (stock symbol; Melrose Park, IL)
ACVApple-Cider Vinegar (nutrition)
ACVAnalyse du Cycle de Vie (French: Lifecycle Analysis)
ACVAccident Cérébro-Vasculaire (French: Cerebrovascular Accident)
ACVAntecubital Vein
ACVAsian CineVision
ACVAteliers du Cap-Vert (French: Cape Verde Workshops; watercraft producer; Senegal)
ACVAlgemeen Christelijk Vakverbond (Belgian Christian Trade-Union)
ACVApple Cider Vinegar
ACVAutocovariance (function)
ACVAtlantique Concept Voile (French boat rental company)
ACVAccess Control Verification
ACVActual Cash Value
ACVArmored Combat Vehicle
ACVAir Control Valve
ACVAustria Center Vienna
ACVAssociation des Commerçants de Vesoul (French: Association of Vesoul Traders; Vesoul, France)
ACVAlfa Club des Volcans (French Alfa Romeo club)
ACVAluminium Center Vlaanderen (Dutch: Aluminum Center Flanders; Flanders, Belgium)
ACVAnnual Contract Value (finance)
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Both ACV and the number of awards declined, even against a very weak 2013.
By domain, information technology outsourcing (ITO) continued to log steady growth in ACV, up 13 percent for the quarter and 19 percent for the year, to close out 2014 at $17.
But the region looks quite healthy from a year-to-date perspective, with growth in new-scope ACV (up 12 percent) and ITO ACV (up 14 percent) driving the market.
The number of awards (74) soared by 95 percent year-on-year, while ACV of US$1.
Coming on top of a strong first quarter this year, the second-quarter results pushed the first-half contract count to a record 663, up 30 percent, and ACV to $12.
Market success in 2009 based on ACV growth, number of contract signings, and value of contract signings in 2009
Half of the BFSI deals were inked by banks, which constituted an equal proportion of the ACV as well.
While it was challenging for service providers to grow ACV in most verticals, outsourcing penetration overall continued to rise.
However, ACV continues to shrink as contracts are being awarded at much smaller values.
From an industry standpoint, the best performing sectors were Travel, Transport and Leisure and Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals, both of which saw an increase in ACV for the year that put them near their five-year averages.
ACV also saw an unusual level of activity during the six months, with more than $10 billion in ACV.
Data from the ISG Outsourcing Index, which measures commercial outsourcing contracts with annual contract value (ACV) of $5 million or more, showed the number of contracts awarded during the fourth quarter of 2013 climbed by 13 percent, while ACV dropped 12 percent, to $4.