OVIA

AcronymDefinition
OVIAOswego Valley Insurance Agencies (New York)
OVIAOhio Valley Improvement Association
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But others said the apps were easily gamed, especially in scenarios, like Ovia's, where employers will pay small financial rewards to encourage women to track themselves.
In the case of Ovia, for example, employers who pay the apps' developer can offer their workers a special version of the apps that, in turn, transmits health data -- in an aggregated form -- to an internal company website that can be viewed by people in human resources.
In Africa, Rise and Shine, Ovia shares the never-before-told story of his business and banking success, and how he was able to build one of Africa's largest banks.
At 62, when many of his peers are happy to enjoy the fruits of their labour, in retirement, Jim Ovia is busy breaking new business barriers with Quantum, the private equity firm investing in the areas of consumer goods, agri- business, financial services, energy, telecommunications, resources and general manufacturing.
The move enables us to continue implementing our strategy of delivering the bank's cutting-edge services to our customers globally and supporting their dynamic needs anytime and anywhere," Jim Ovia, Founder and Chairman of the Zenith Group, said.
The applications we selected are the following: Baby Center, Clue, First Response, Glow, Kindara, Looncup, my.Flow, NextGen Jane, Ovia, and Trackle.
The opening ceremony was attended by Jim Ovia, Founder and Chairman of the Zenith Group, John Weguelin, CEO of Zenith Bank (UK) Limited, and Arif Amiri, Chief Executive Officer of DIFC Authority.
Ovia (2005) mentioned that ICT has made many changes in the banking industry; it completely changed the way banks provided services.
Americord Registry said it has partnered with Ovuline's pregnancy app, Ovia, to provide expecting parents with the information they need on cord blood, cord tissue, and placenta tissue banking.