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Business Process

The series of activities undertaken to create a product or deliver a service. Companies often lay down specific rules for business process to ensure activities are completed in an organized and efficient manner. Business process may involve division of labor between multiple persons and/or technologies. For example, in a publishing company, one person may write material, a second may edit it, a third may add graphics, and a fourth may print it. Business process is also called business function.
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Geographically, the global airport information systems market is divided into global regions like Europe, North America, Asia- Pacific, Middle East, LATAM, and Africa.
* Authenticate or verify the identities of users, processes, and devices before allowing access to an information system.
The demand for global Laboratory Information Systems is largely driven by the increasing number of end user laboratories in developed as well as developing countries.
Traditional IT vendors such as Siemens, Cisco, GE Transportations, and TE Connectivity are introducing real-time passenger information systems to address the specific needs of a rapidly changing travel environment for buses, trains, planes, and other modes of transport.
Among the key driving factors for the healthcare information systems market are ageing population, rising healthcare cost, rising government initiatives, rising need for integrated healthcare system and rising investments by healthcare IT players.
Davis's standard questionnaire was also used to measure management information system. It is comprised of 13 items.
Health management information systems or health information systems are the systems used to collect, analyze, retain, retrieve and evaluate health information.
This method provides correct location of information system weak points.
A non-enterprise-wide deployment occurs when a Defense Department information system is deployed to two or more DoD components, but is not designed to satisfy a DoD-wide requirement.
For the reason of easier orientation in particular subsystems of CAAC information system, six levels were stated as the maximum number of levels of each subsystem.
The support for flexible and adaptive execution of application in a distributed, multi-channel and mobile information system can be achieved if the present day hardware performance is improved by software demonstrations.
More than ever, the stability, reputation and value of today's businesses are imbedded in the strength and controls of their software information systems.

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