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Collection

The presentation of a negotiable instrument for payment, or the conversion of any accounts receivable into cash.

Collection

The act of receiving payment for goods or services. Collection occurs on the spot in a cash sale, while it may occur some weeks or even months later in a credit sale. See also: Accounts receivable, Collection policy.
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A shift in how libraries are developing and delivering GIS data collections to library users represents the most definitive trend in the field today.
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The data collection methodology also should require that agencies collect sufficient data to allow for meaningful analysis.
If the answer is "yes" to any of the preceding, then data collection may be a necessary tool for your foundry.
For a while bar-code scanners were touted as the data collection device that would do it all.
Integrated application groups include access control, area data collection, bar-code design and printing, finite scheduling, labor tracking, MRP interface, RF area data collection, time and attendance, SPC, PLC interface, process graphics, preventive maintenance, and sensor-based real-time production monitoring.
No additional personnel, computers, or data collection are required.
Since 1974, Radley Corporation has been providing innovative Automated Data Collection, eCommerce, and Supplier Collaboration software solutions and support across various industries.
This qualitative data collection technique is an extremely valuable one for obtaining naturalistic insights on how individuals perceive networks and networked information resources (Morgan, 1993).
To facilitate hate crime data collection, UCR personnel conducted 14 regional training conferences nationwide for local law enforcement agencies regarding the investigation and reporting of hate crimes.
For the next year, Costello, currently SCDM's vice chairman, will work with other industry representatives on CDISC's Clinical Data Acquisition Standards Harmonization Initiative, or CDASH, organized to establish data collection standards and implementation guidelines for clinical trials.
Lighthouse for the Blind soon will have to comply with RFID shipping requirements, and Intermec understands that technology and where it is going, so they can take our data collection technology where it needs to be.

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