Bringing the FIST values to work simply involves approaching system development and acquisitions the way we approach other things in life: with a preference for rapid availability, inexpensive
quality, simple interfaces, and smaller sizes.
A valance above the window treatment is an inexpensive
way to add a homey touch.
But a $19 piece of steel pipe with a few doodads welded to it (a Bazooka) can be sent into a rigorous combat environment without fear of breakage, in part because it is simple and robust, and in part because it is inexpensive
enough that its builders don't mind if it breaks.
Jonathan Rudes, co-chair of the Real Estate Technology Forum and senior vice president at Winoker Realty said: "Particularly at a time when property owners are looking for ways to help their landlords market their buildings in a challenging economic environment, wireless technology could provide a relatively easy and inexpensive
component of a strategy that differentiates our landlords' buildings from the competition.
This is where the sari is as commonplace as jeans, the fare is from both the north and south of India, very inexpensive
(almost everything is under $8) and very good.
While many foundries require the more expensive capital investment-type improvements, such as dust collection and water-treatment systems, countless inexpensive
improvements can be made to make immediate changes to the dirty foundry paradigm.
New developments in CIM include basic, inexpensive
systems for production or process monitoring and, at the high end, expanded SPC capabilities and open architecture.
Add a text document with your script reflected in your See Eye 2 Eye and you have a light and inexpensive
Constantly packed, these relatively inexpensive
Italian, trattoria-style eateries - still listing numerous offerings under $10 - perpetuate their pasta power over parsimonious Pasadenans, budget-minded Burbankers and wily West Valley-ites.
As a result, many sophisticated and savvy marketers are discovering that the Internet is a more efficient, trackable, and inexpensive
Less than a year ago, NASA announced it would start working on a series of small, relatively inexpensive
scientific satellites that it could develop in a far shorter time than the decade or more sometimes needed for elaborate projects such as interplanetary missions.
If successful, the trial could lead one day to an inexpensive
way to treat this most common form of diabetes, which has been increasing at epidemic rates in recent years.