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PPTPower Point File format/extension (Microsoft)
PPTPrecipitate (chemistry)
PPTPercentage Points (financial reports)
PPTPostponed (baseball)
PPTPersonal Property Tax
PPTPedagogisk Psykologisk Tjeneste (Norwegian: Educational and Psychological Service)
PPTPartners in Pediatrics
PPTPeriodismo Para Todos (Argentinian TV program)
PPTPatria Para Todos (Homeland for All, political party)
PPTPutting the Pieces Together
PPTPublic Policy Team (various organizations)
PPTPositive Psychotherapy
PPTPlunge Protection Team (nickname; Working Group on Financial Markets)
PPTPressure Pain Threshold
PPTPulsed Plasma Thruster
PPTProgram Planning Team
PPTPosterior Pelvic Tilt
PPTPre-Paid Tuition (various locations)
PPTPaper and Pencil Test (various organizations)
PPTProfessional Poker Tour
PPTPre-Production Test
PPTPersonal Protective Technology (US CDC)
PPTProbabilistic Polynomial Time
PPTPersonal Productivity Tool (usually meaning a personal computer)
PPTPrinting and Publishing Technology
PPTPower Point
PPTProgram Properties Table
PPTProcessing Program Table
PPTPrecision Pressure Transducer
PPTPowered Pallet Truck
PPTPresident Pro Tempore
PPTPermanent People's Tribunal (various locations)
PPTPresidential Prayer Team
PPTProcess Project Teams
PPTPeak Power Tracker
PPTPrimitive Pythagorean Triple (ordered triple of relatively prime integers that satisfy the Pythagorean theorem)
PPTPlanned Parenthood of Toronto
PPTPublic Pay Telephone
PPTProgram Properties Table (MVS Operating System)
PPTProgram Performance Test
PPTPacific Play Tent
PPTPeople's Party of Timor (East Timor)
PPTPacific Prevailing Time
PPTPaid Part-Timer
PPTPositive Partial Transpose
PPTPrentiss Properties Trust (real estate investement trust; various locations)
PPTPropagation Prediction Tool
PPTProcessing Program Table (CICS)
PPTPackage Peak Temperature
PPTPink Poogle Toy (website)
PPTPrecision Position Tracker (optical tracking system used in virtual reality)
PPTPrincess Peach Toadstool (Mario Games)
PPTPlanning & Placement Team
PPTPunkter Per Tomme (Norwegian: Dots Per Inch)
PPTProgram Processing Table
PPTProprietary Push Technology (computing)
PPTPerformance Price Tradeoff (government contracts)
PPTPupil Personnel Team
PPTPulse Pair Timing
PPTPrecision Pad Technology
PPTPersonally Procured Transportation
PPTPermeability Plugging Tester (drilling industry)
PPTPost Production Test
PPTProduction Prove-out Test
PPTPartners for Public Transportation
PPTPrinciples and Parameter Theory
PPTPhysical Prototyping Team
PPTProduct Positioning Time
PPTPass Prediction Table
PPTPartial Prothrombine Time
PPTPapeete, French Polynesia - International Tahiti-Faaa (Airport Code)
PPTPetroleum Profit Tax Act of 1959 (Nigeria)
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5 February 2015 - California-based video and audio content specialist Vobile has acquired the pay-per-transaction business of US media measuring company Rentrak (NASDAQ: RENT), the company said on Thursday.
The OFT's clampdown on this, together with calls for more transparency in charging, could well be moving us closer to a pay-per-transaction system - but one Britons will resist."
Things got even hairier when some sites began selling ads on a "pay-per-transaction" model, where advertisers only pay if visitors to their sites actually buy something.
Backed by India-based venture capital firm VenturEast, Atyati provides the GANASEVA solution for banking services aimed at rural population, which it hosts on a private cloud allowing banks the benefit of a totally outsourced service charged on a pay-per-transaction or pay-per-village model.
"Our competitive advantage is the (pay-per-transaction) system in Sweden because we're able to keep close track of the number of transactions as they occur, and supply the market accordingly," says Robert Enmark, head of video distribution.
According to a recent study by Rentrak, a pay-per-transaction system used by some retailers, the average invoice of a customer who rented a new A-list title was $6.30, compared with $3.30 for one who didn't.
In regions where rental revenues are flat, many studios are exploring the use of pay-per-transaction or revenue-sharing services, such as Rentrak, which permits retailers to stock more quantities of top titles.