Tallyman


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Tallyman

1. A salesman who sells products and accepts installment payments.

2. A person who keeps track of shipped, received or produced inventory. A tallyman may account for products by unit or by weight.
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Local Resistance: A Cree Tallyman Walks to Save the Rupert River
It was announced on 10 June that Vodacom South Africa, a cellular communications company, has selected the Tallyman debt management and collection system from Experian, an information services company, in order to administrate to customers who are behind with their bills.
In closing, senior hunter Freddy Jolly once described the relationship between the tallyman and the land as one of exchange and communication: 'When you live in the bush all year long, watching over it, the land speaks to you.
Guests are welcome, provided they ask the tallyman's permission.
Tallyman Freddy Jolly will see part of his trapline flooded and another section dry up if the Rupert is dammed.
This ripple effect will spread further, said Dave Harris, managing director of credit management firm Tallyman. "If big technology companies go under, the effect of bad debt and lost orders on their suppliers can be disastrous," he said.
Interchange is the result of the code-base merger of Akopia Tallyman and MiniVend, two popular e-commerce software programs.
It includes an e-commerce suite (OpenMerchant from OpenSales) and shopping cart program (Tallyman from Akopia) along with the commercial version of BRU backup software ($199 value).
This dislocation he feels at being off his territory is reinforced when he finds himself mistaken for the tallyman (p.
But where concern for plebeian consumers focused on the invasion of the domestic sphere by the market in the form of the tallyman, concern for the well-being of middle-class consumers focused on the invasion of the market by the domestic sphere in the shape of its chief representative and exemplar, the bourgeois wife and mother.
The unofficial tallyman of the number of journalists who were covering the story or who had covered it was Joe Herbold, owner of the Hell Creek Bar, their favorite gathering place.