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Workstream

A slang term for a project with such vague parameters that it is extremely difficult to define deliverables, let alone actually make any progress.
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John Long, Workstream CEO, said: "We are seeing increased interest in our TalentCenter solutions.
com (NASDAQ: SLRY), and HCR Software delivered strong presentations, but in the end, the audience selected Workstream (NASDAQ: WSTM) as the 2009 winner.
EASi WorkStream is like having a conductor that ensures everyone in the orchestra has the right music and plays the right notes, on cue, so you don't miss a beat.
Workstream provides on-demand compensation, performance and talent management solutions and services that help companies manage the entire employee lifecycle - from recruitment to retirement.
In addition, in order to deliver increased shareholder value, companies must improve their ability to successfully align corporate business goals, employee performance, and balance corporate compliance and responsibility," states Michael Mullarkey, Chairman and CEO of Workstream.
Hyundai's purchase of WorkStream DFS includes Consilium's WorkStream Open application running on Digital's Alpha-based servers.
NOTE: Consilium, WorkStream and FlowStream are registered trademarks, and WorkStream DFS is a trademark of Consilium, Inc.
The new NT-based product, WorkStream DFS: Connection NT(TM),
Workstream is scheduled to report its earnings for the fourth quarter of fiscal 2008 and for the fiscal year ended May 31, 2008 on July 24, 2008 after the close of the stock market.
With its compatibility to Alpha-based workstations, WorkStream Release 5.
A total of nine WorkStream applications running on HP's
As a Certified OpenSpan Partner, Workstream will leverage the OpenSpan Platform to integrate applications, automate workflows and service-enable legacy systems to improve information flow across the enterprise.