TFPL

AcronymDefinition
TFPLThe Fantasy Poker League
TFPLTask Force Pro Libra (London, England, UK)
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Iwanicki said his team just finished the 2018 TFPL season and is now preparing for next season.
If the capital and accrued interest are converted in full, Macquarie's stake in TFPL will increase to 20%.
The business will initially operate as TFPL Intelligent Resources and build on the strength of both brands, TFPL told IWR.
Oxbrow has more than 25 years of experience of the information market in a career that started with an MSc in Information Science and included 12 years developing a successful international document supply and publishing business before setting up TFPL Ltd in 1987.
and Mitchell, J., CD-ROM Directory, 8th ed., TFPL Publishing, London, 1993.
22 March 2011 - Fitch assigned on Tuesday a national long-term rating of B+(ind) with a "stable" outlook to Indian denim fabrics trader Tushar Fabrics Pvt Ltd (TFPL).
One panel speaker at a recent cloud computing event organised by training and recruitment consultancy TFPL set the tone by saying: "Let's not discuss what cloud computing is, but let's analyse what it means to us."
* Well-known for its business information conferences, the consulting firm TFPL organized the 17th European Business Information Conference (EBIC 2008; www.
Denise Bedford, a thesaurus manager and senior information officer for the World Bank Group; Joseph Busch, director of solutions architecture for Interwoven; Michael Crandall, technology manager for the Libraries and Public Access to Information Program at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; Lorcan Dempsey, vice president of OCLC Research; Juha Hakala, development director at the Helsinki University Library (The National Library of Finland); Nathalie Leroy, chief of the information processing section of the library at the United Nations Office-Geneva; Neil McLean, director of IMS Australia, Macquarie University; Nigel Oxbrow, chief executive of TFPL, Ltd.; and Shigeo Sugimoto, a professor at the University of Library and Information Science in Tsukuba, Japan.
consulting firm TFPL (tfpl.com), observes that the focus of KM varies significantly from one organization to another, and therefore so do the required skills.
Over 120 knowledge and information managers and executives from the information industry gathered at a seminar in New York City to discuss 'The impact of a "'recession" on the information market', hosted by TFPL Inc.
A report published by TFPL analyses the Taxonomies practiced by some twenty one major companies, including Microsoft Inc, ICL, DERA, BBC, and others in a case history forum.