HR

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AcronymDefinition
HRHuman Resources
HRHour
HRHome Run (baseball)
HRHouse of Representatives
HRHorizontal Rule (HTML)
HRHeart Rate
HRHigh Rate (data taken at a rate of 50 observations per second)
HRHuman Relations
HRHit and Run
HRHuman Rights
HRCroatia (ISO 3166 Code)
HRHigh Resolution
HRHeavy Rain
HRHonor Roll
HRHood River (Oregon)
HRHighlands Ranch (city in Colorado)
HRHessischer Rundfunk (German Radio Station)
HRHistory Record
HRHereford (postcode, United Kingdom)
HRHalo: Reach (video game)
HRHome Rule
HRHouse Rule
HRHuman Remains
HRHomeroom
HRHomologous Recombination
HRHit Rate
HRHostRocket
HRHigh-Reflection
HRHertzsprung-Russell (Diagram)
HRHouse Right (technical theatre)
HRHypersensitive Response
HRHofrat (Austrian Public Authority Degree)
HRHeight/Range
HRHomestar Runner (humor website)
HRHot Rolling
HRHumanitarian Coordinator
HRHeavy Rescue
HRHoly Roller (band)
HRHuman Reliability
HRHiiraan (postal region, Somalia)
HRHolographic Repatterning
HRHot Rats
HRHedge Ratio
HRHidden Ridge (Trabuco Canyon, California)
HRHonorably Retired
HRHeavy Rigid (vehicle definition)
HRHeavy Repair
HRHinge Remnant (philately)
HRHold-Relax (PNF technique)
HRHydroxyethylrutoside (also seen as HER)
HRHeater Relay
HRHigh Rune (Diablo II game)
HRReceiver Height
HRHigh Repetitive
HRHiroko Nakamura (classical pianist)
HRHacienda Real
HRHelicopter Request
HRHospitalman Recruit (US Navy rating)
HRHomeroaster (coffee)
HRHover Race (game)
HRHeadquarters Regulation
HRHartmann-Rudolph (decoding algorithm)
HRHealthgate Resources Pty Ltd (Adelaide, SA, Australia)
HRRudder Hydraulics
HRHarold Ramis (actor/writer/director)
HRHeat Resisting
HRHeater
HRHand Receipt
HRHard Radiation
HRHead Race
HRHard Rock
HRHarm Reduction
HRHazard Ratio
HRHazardous Reagent
HRHead Resident (college dormitory)
HRHazard Report
HRHandwriting Recognition (technology)
HRHalf Rate (Speech Codec)
HRHard Reset
HRHampton Roads (Virginia)
References in periodicals archive ?
Other company officials also stated that HostRocket has been planning and preparing for the launch of the service for over six months and has invested several hundred thousand dollars in its staff, infrastructure, and facility during that time.
We intend to fill each and every one of those needs," stated Timothy Dick, HostRocket Business Development Manager.
Brader splits his days and nights between the two companies, spending the morning at ViaTalk and the afternoon and late evenings at HostRocket.
Brendan and fellow co-founder John Reyes, company CTO, started HostRocket the summer after they graduated from high school and as students of the University at Albany.
HostRocket recently founded partner company ViaTalk, LLC (www.
In its early days, HostRocket was caught in both internal and industry growing pains, enjoying its status as a medium-sized company with its own data center, yet struggling with its image as a small, untested web host.
Finally, HostRocket found that staff were spending time assisting prospects and customers with site navigation, often answering a variety of repetitive, basic questions, thus negatively affecting HostRocket's bottom line with internal costs and stagnant conversion rates.
HostRocket had to make an impact quickly, and keep prospects engaged during the process of converting them to customers, and retaining them over time.
After launching the Ceonex solution in 2001, HostRocket was ready to leverage its initial--and already significant--results into further expansion.
After this phase helped HostRocket grow their company significantly, they were ready to invest more into a solution that would lead to market expansion.