Recent Examples of integration from the Web
PayPal is continuing its deep integration with Google Pay, allowing users to pay for items and services without ever exposing sensitive information or the extra step of logging in and leaving G Pay, as spotted by TechCrunch.
One of the best things about the Kindle and e-readers in general is their integration with public libraries.
And once in the centers, where details of their cases are first considered, residents have virtually no hope of making progress with their German integration.
Two years is a long time, particularly as Amazon starts pressing the gas pedal on its integration of Whole Foods.
Microsoft’s skill set for Cortana is relatively slim aside from its deep Office integration.
Edwards, who became chief executive in 2010, is proud of the difficult work that ProHealth has done to lower its costs, of its measured growth and of its integration with physicians in its accountable care organization.
Investment Plan FedEx reduced its capital spending plan by $100 million to $5.8 billion, including $1.4 billion to complete its integration of TNT Express, which operates in Europe.
Additionally, the disconnect between a school and its neighborhood—integration in one but not the other—could come with other adverse consequences, including loss of political power for long-term residents.
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- failure of association and failure of integration take place among neurotic individuals
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