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data processing

the organization and processing of information in a business. The use of COMPUTERS to store data (see DATA STORAGE) and to undertake routine data processing activities such as recording purchases, sales, payroll etc. can save time, improve recording accuracy and reduce staffing costs. See INFORMATION MANAGEMENT, LOCAL AREA NETWORK.
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Quarterdeck's Kutler said the often secretive world of intelligence data processing is one of the few growth areas within the defense and intelligence industries.
Shack will succeed Gronbacher, who has been senior vice president of operations and data processing.
Founded in 1988, the firm recruits middle- and upper-level personnel in sales and marketing, banking, accounting, finance, engineering, data processing, and medical recruitment, with salaries ranging from $40,000 to $120,000.
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Under the terms of this outsourcing agreement, certain internal functions, chiefly data processing and supporting software systems, will be transferred to Mellon.
Founded in 1988, the firm recruits for middle- and upper-level positions in sales and marketing, banking, accounting, finance, engineering, data processing and technical recruitment with salaries ranging from $40,000 to $120,000.
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