BICC


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AcronymDefinition
BICCBusiness Intelligence Competency Center (SAS Consulting)
BICCBearer Independent Call Control
BICCBeijing International Convention Center
BICCBiomedical Information Communication Center (Oregon Health & Science University)
BICCBattlefield Information Coordination Center
BICCBattlefield Information Control Center
BICCBuilt-In China Cabinets (real estate)
BICCBusiness Integration Competency Center
BICCBurns Interagency Communications Center (Hines, Oregon)
BICCBrethren in Christ Church (various locations)
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In addition to the Iranian oil and gas sector, meetings are scheduled between BICC and Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines, private banking and the legal sectors.
The seminar at Gulf Industry Fair provides an excellent platform for us to share and discuss our knowledge on recommendations and guidance for power and control cable systems that is required to maintain circuit integrity for these critical applications,"[euro]oCi BICC MET Bahrain general manager Ulhas Menon said.
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1901, BICC was designed to be compatible with existing networks and for that matter with any system that is capable of carrying voice messages.
BICC Egypt, catering for the power sector, generated revenues of some USD30m (EUR23m) for the last 12 months, the buyer said.
Sphinx, a private equity firm established by Citadel Capital in 2004, said the sellers had made a 38 percent internal rate of return on their investment in BICC.
A consortium led by Karnak Investment Fund - managed through Sphinx Egypt, a Cairo-based private equity firm established by Citadel Capital with over $250 million in funds under management - completed the exit from BICC by selling to Spain's General Cable.
BICC provides a central location for driving and supporting organisations' overall business intelligence strategy by facilitating coordination and complementing existing efforts, while reducing redundancy and increasing effectiveness.
Printing on the Prescot site can be traced back to 1761, but the company of T Stephenson & Sons was formed in 1900 when Thomas Stephenson bought the printing firm to supply cables giant BICC, which was opening in the town.
Features include a BICC module on-board the battery to communicate charge control and store fleet performance data.
Tour begins June 29 at Milton Keynes Bowl, then O2 Wireless Festival, Hyde Park, Bournemouth BICC, Cardiff CIA, Manchester MEN Arena, Glasgow SECC and Aberdeen AECC.