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Definition of Pivotal

Pivotal
Pivotal Piv"ot*al, a. Of or pertaining to a pivot or turning point; belonging to, or constituting, a pivot; of the nature of a pivot; as, the pivotalopportunity of a career; the pivotal position in a battle.

Meaning of Pivotal from wikipedia

- Pivotal may refer to: Pivotal CRM, a customer relationship management software system offered by Aptean Pivotal Labs, a software company Pivotal Tracker...
- Pivotal Software, Inc. is an American multinational software and services company based in San Francisco that provides cloud platform hosting and consulting...
- A pivotal trial is a clinical trial or study intended to provide evidence for a drug marketing approval, e.g. by the United States Food and Drug Administration...
- Pivotal Games Limited was a British video game developer based in Corston, England. Pivotal Games was founded in March 2000, by fifteen employees formerly...
- Pivotal altitude is the height for a given ground speed at which the line of sight from the ****pit directly parallel to the lateral axis of the aircraft...
- In statistics, a pivotal quantity or pivot is a function of observations and unobservable parameters such that the function's probability distribution...
- Pivotal Labs is an agile software development consulting firm headquartered in San Francisco, California. The company develops Pivotal Tracker workflow...
- Pivotal response treatment (PRT), also referred to as pivotal response training, is a naturalistic form of applied behavior analysis used as an early...
- Pivotal is a British Thoroughbred racehorse and sire. In a racing career restricted to six races between October 1995 and August 1996 he established himself...
- The software was originally developed by VMware and then transferred to Pivotal Software, a joint venture by EMC, VMware and General Electric. Originally...
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