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FRIFriday
FRIFujitsu Research Institute (Japan)
FRIFire-Rescue International
FRIFood Research Institute
FRIForest Research Institute (India)
FRIFranklin Resources, Inc. (Franklin Templeton Investments)
FRIFrequently Requested Information
FRIFonds Régional d'Investissement (French: Regional Investment Fund)
FRIFebrile Respiratory Illness
FRIFisheries Research Institute (Albania, aka: IKPD)
FRIFlexible Rate Interface
FRIForrester Research, Inc.
FRIFamily Research Institute
FRIFederation Romande Immobiliere (French)
FRIFédération de Radiologie Interventionnelle (French: Federation of Interventional Radiology)
FRIFellow of the Real Estate Institute (Real Estate Institute of Canada accreditation)
FRIFiduciaire, Révision et Informatique SA (French: Trust, Review and Information; Switzerland)
FRIFourniture Robinetterie Industrielle (French: Industrial Supply Fittings)
FRIFinal Random Inspection (China)
FRIFamily Resource Institute
FRIForest Resources Institute
FRIFree Roaming Idiots (gaming clan)
FRIFlorida Rock Industries, Inc.
FRIFriends Research Institute, Inc
FRIFinancial Research Institute
FRIFamily Reunion Institute
FRIFrigate Tuna (FAO fish species code)
FRIForeningen Redd Individet (Norwegian)
FRIFellow of the Royal Institution (of Great Britain; London, England)
FRIFreie Regionalkultur Innbrücke
FRIFédération Routière Internationale (French: International Road Federation)
FRIFamily Restaurants Inc.
FRIFuture Rent Increases
FRIFocused Research Initiative
FRIFidelity Research Institute
FRIModern Frisian (linguistics)
FRIFakulteta za racunalništvo in informatiko (faculty of computer science; Ljubljana, Slovenija)
FRIForestry Resources Inc (Fort Myers, Florida)
FRIField Rework Index
FRIFundamental Review of Infrastructure
FRIFull Insuring and Repairing (Lease)
FRIFast Rate Input
FRIField Repeatability Indicator
FRIFunctional Requirements Identification
FRIFloristic Richness Index
FRIFinal Reference Indicator
FRIFleet Routing Indicator
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Fuelled by a need for marketing organizations to be more accountable to the business and a shift in marketing budgets' allocation for interactive channels, in order to match consumers' migration online, the US Web analytics market will grow to $953 million by 2014, an impressive 17 percent compound annual growth rate, according to a new report by Forrester Research, Inc. The top-line, five-year forecast is available to Forrester RoleView[TM] clients; subscribers to Forrester's ForecastView receive more detailed forecast data.
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"The need for better, faster communications and learning opportunities will increase because of worker globalization and the desire to reach a broader customer base," writes Senior Analyst Claire Schooley in the January 17, 2007, report released by Forrester Research, Inc., "Webcasting Grabs Corporate Attention."
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Forrester Research, Inc. recently reported that more than half of consumers (54.3 percent) use e-mail to contact customer service organizations, with 6.3 percent doing it at least once each week.
John McCarthy, research analyst at Forrester Research, Inc., and Nariman Behravesh, chief economist at Global Insights, estimate the loss to be 500,000 to 600,000 jobs over the past 30 months, again mostly in manufacturing.
According to Forrester Research, Inc., more than 14,000 e-government services will be available online nationwide by 2006.
Source: Forrester Research, Inc., 400 Technology Square, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139.
Only about 20 percent of the $13 billion in taxable retail goods sold online was taxed by states last year, according to a recent report by Forrester Research, Inc. Although $140 million in tax revenues was collected, "an additional $525 million in lost taxes was left on the table," the report says.