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    Exclamation keep up with the pace

    Hi, What does it mean? :

    The client part (Company B) find it difficult to "keep up with the pace", especially because for them Risk
    Management and security are important issues. As a result communication bottlenecks occur.


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    Re: keep up with the pace

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    You have given some context, but not quite enough for us to give a very specific answer in this case.
    However, in general terms, it appears to say that Company B has a complex process by which it does business, and this means that it is not able to proceed with matters as quickly as the company/companies working with it would like.
    Here, "to keep up with the pace" = to move as quickly as the business requires.

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