Number Cruncher

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Number Cruncher

A slang term for an accountant or other financial worker.
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With Mom doing the number crunching and promotional work, Christopher, 26, has answered a steady and growing demand for the hot, melty doughnut treats that has kept him on the road between 6 a.
Our comprehensive system for retail integrates premium merchandising technology that helps by improving the outcome of number crunching activities.
More fluid than traditional spreadsheets, an assessment system can store and track numerical data, perform the number crunching, and accept new data at any time, making it possible to deal more efficiently with cost estimating, budgets and scheduling.
But Marx pointed out that such buys by advertisers are based as much on emotion as number crunching.
Because of the costs involved to acquire and maintain them, HPC Clusters have been traditionally used in highly technical environments requiring sustained number crunching," said Bernard Daines, founder of LLIX.
The justification is there for higher renewal rates[ldots]but we'll see," says Castellano, wary of the highly politicized process of number crunching, sign waving and media posturing.
But what's different is that new winners and losers emerged last year thanks to some recent number crunching.
It took a great deal of soul searching and number crunching to get the deal done," said Mitzner, "But we believe this is a perfect fit for the community and Orlando has a strong demand in the luxury resort segment.
With TM1 we will be reducing the amount of keying-in and number crunching, freeing-up users to spend more time delivering vital and top-quality information to editors and publishers.