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Benchmark refers to:

  1. A standard, or point of reference, against which things can be compared, assessed, measured or judged.
  2. A test designed to evaluate the performance of a computer system, computer program or device. A benchmark test evaluates the performance of a computer or program relative to the applicable specifications.
  3. The current status of the functions to be outsourced in terms of assets used, actual costs, and service levels achieved. It is the starting point for a customer to define its needs in an outsourcing relationship.

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