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English term or phrase:mid-market company
Arabic translation:شركة متوسطة الحجم
Entered by: Fuad Yahya
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15:08 Dec 26, 2003
English to Arabic translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: mid-market company
Adonix ERP solution for mid-market company supports more than 6,500 customer installations in 18 countries through a network of independent sales and service organizations
أرجو من الاخوة الكرام تزويدي بترجمة صحيحة لهذه الفقرة، لانني اجد فيها صعوبة. ولكم مني جزيل الشكر والتقدير
ahmad65
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شركة متوسطة الحجم
Explanation:
The term "mid-market" or "midmarket" is used in two different ways:

- When applied to a business or a company, it referes to the size, usually in terms of number of employees. The actual number varies according to the overall environment. Take a look at the following example:

https://www.healthnet.com/employers/login/Default.asp

Small business owners
(2-50 employees)
Affordable monthly premiums and guaranteed rates.

Mid-Market business owners
(51-125 employees)
Our Clear Advantage plans meet the specific needs of mid-size businesses.

Large business owners
(51+ employees)
Broad-based coverage from primary care to specialty services.

- When applied to stock prices, "mid-market" means "the mid-market price is half way between the bid price and theoffer price for securities, and is usually the price quoted as the value of the security." See the following glossary

http://www.bosinvestment.co.uk/pages/glossary#SECTIONM

In your context, the first definition applies.
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شركة متوسطة الحجم


Explanation:
The term "mid-market" or "midmarket" is used in two different ways:

- When applied to a business or a company, it referes to the size, usually in terms of number of employees. The actual number varies according to the overall environment. Take a look at the following example:

https://www.healthnet.com/employers/login/Default.asp

Small business owners
(2-50 employees)
Affordable monthly premiums and guaranteed rates.

Mid-Market business owners
(51-125 employees)
Our Clear Advantage plans meet the specific needs of mid-size businesses.

Large business owners
(51+ employees)
Broad-based coverage from primary care to specialty services.

- When applied to stock prices, "mid-market" means "the mid-market price is half way between the bid price and theoffer price for securities, and is usually the price quoted as the value of the security." See the following glossary

http://www.bosinvestment.co.uk/pages/glossary#SECTIONM

In your context, the first definition applies.


    https://www.healthnet.com/employers/login/Default.asp
    Reference: http://www.bosinvestment.co.uk/pages/glossary#SECTIONM
Fuad Yahya
Native speaker of: Native in ArabicArabic, Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 7167
Grading comment
thank you very much for your help

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