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process

a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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This partnership will allow our joint customers to have unprecedented visibility into the relationships between business processes and IT infrastructure so they can make better decisions in support of business performance requirements.
While Borland's process improvement customers vary in their individual objectives, all see the benefits of making their software development processes more mature and predictable.
We are pleased that Savvion continues to lead the market by helping people to collaborate and to power their own processes.
A new Business Process Platform, the Business Convergence Platform(TM), harnesses the power of IP Convergence and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) in a single hosted technology platform to deliver communication-enabled business processes on demand.
Enterprise business demands are constantly changing but JBoss jBPM provides stability, cost efficiency and ease-of-use when updating processes or creating new ones," said Pierre Fricke, director of product management, JBoss, Inc.
Through analyzing goals and existing processes the team will determine the best opportunities for process improvement, help organizations embrace BPM principles, and plan and execute solutions to meet defined business objectives.
We are trying to take that culture of innovation to the next level, where we look at all the processes involved in what we do.
These entities upgraded technology and business processes and took the opportunity to change how the company functioned; new methods of doing business frequently result in cost savings.
Through this highly interactive series, participants learn pulping and papermaking terms, concepts, and processes.
For medical molders seeking to document their processes, RJG is working with the FDA to obtain approval of the eDART system as a tool for process validation.
Two SSM casting processes, rheocasting and sub liquidus casting, ate profiled.
Carriers have realized significant benefits in shifting to others the burden of such administering processes.

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