Processing Delay

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Processing Delay

Time a selling firm takes to record receipt of a payment and deposit it.

Processing Delay

The time between the receipt of an order or payment and the appropriate response. Processing delay may involve the time between receiving a payment and depositing it in the bank or between a customer requesting a product and that product being shipped. The increase in electronic communication has greatly reduced processing delay for many transactions.
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When I recently checked the USCIS website for processing times, it shows they're processing F-2B petitions filed in late May 2015.
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Prior to the deployment of SoftCo AP, Pioneer Investments Accounts Payable department physically received and manually processed invoices from regional offices throughout Europe and Latin America, resulting in longer processing times and higher operational costs.
In thus role, Jensen will be responsible for restructuring the loan documentation and packaging function to enhance processing times reducing cost to the customer.
Case processing times under IDES have increased over time, and measures of servicemember satisfaction have shortcomings.
Processing times are independent of the schedule, 5.
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The Australian government has drastically shortened visa processing times for GCC residents with immediate effect, and applications will henceforth be approved much faster than the earlier 14-day average processing time.
Dubai: The Australian Government has drastically shortened visa processing times for GCC residents with immediate effect, and applications will henceforth be approved much faster than the earlier 14-day average processing time.
For individual returns, normal processing times are 60 to 75 days.
We compared the claims processing times reported to us by DOJ in June of 2005, with the processing times at the time of our last report.