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Resolution

A document that records a decision or action by a Board of Directors, or a bond resolution by a government entity authorizing a bond issue.

Resolution

An official statement by a board of directors. A resolution is binding on a company unless overruled by shareholders.
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Resolve Systems is a global leader in accelerating incident resolutions for IT operations, network operations, and customer care centers.
The Resolve Platform provides actionable dashboards and process guidance for end-to-end and human-guided automations.
Prosecutors resolve that this is the year they finally charge someone with the 10-year-old murder of Candace Scola.
We need to resolve to grasp the God-given opportunities of the present, for they may never be repeated.
Parties can choose to leave conflict unresolved or they can attempt to resolve conflict through direct negotiation and, should this fail, may seek other means to settle their differences.
Once an issue has been isolated, a Quest APM domain workbench invokes sophisticated real-time diagnostics, analysis, tuning, and administration tools, as required, to quickly resolve issues before they impact the end user.
REsolve will implement the REquest software system to support TIAA-CREF's real estate asset and portfolio management processes.
This program intends to identify contentious industrywide issues and resolve them with specific guidance.
Under Fast Track Mediation (FTM), an Appeals Officer or an Appeals Team Case Leader will act in the role of mediator to help the parties resolve factual issues.
It could be resolved very quickly, whenever they are ready to resolve it,'' Fisher said.
But if no attempt is made to resolve conflicts at the lowest possible level, the client may have to resort to formal appeals or litigation which may slow the rehabilitation process, at least temporarily.
I resolve not to ask anyone who has been drinking, "Are you okay to drive?