CMO I

AcronymDefinition
CMO ICorticosterone Methyl Oxidase Deficiency Type I
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Semcer: In many cases, a CMO is smaller than the OEM, which allows the organization to communicate well internally and be nimbler then the OEM itself.
The CMO is, ultimately, like the orchestra conductor: Without that role, we may have many expert performers, and a beautifully written score, but we do not have the symphonic music that delights the listener.
The Surrey firm says it is happy with the way CMO is being sold but we think it's time the Medicines Control Agency took another look at how this "miracle" is peddled - and by whom.
One of the best ways to find out if your CMO is up to the tasks of the 21st century is to give him or her more responsibility.
The suspension of the CMO is favorable to truckers.'
This is not to say that the CMO is trying to do something wrong, but healthy discussion and debate among all stakeholders is one key to a robust and high-quality product.
Green: The CMO is the expert in their manufacturing discipline, employing talent specialized to manufacturing processes.
India, April 11 -- The term Chief Marketing Officer (CMO), hitherto incognito, is now in the limelight in enterprises; more so, the CMO is associated largely with changing market dynamics and technological evolution.
CMO is expected to become the largest TV panel/cell supplier to Hisense and Konka.
"The CMO is responsible for bringing significant business expertise to the leadership team, typically including a business graduate degree with additional clinical business experience in the health care services and the hospital industry."
This knowledge is vital if the CMO is going to bring passion and excellence to its work.
CMO is scheduled to kick off mass production of the full-series LED-backlight TV panels in the second half.