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Real Time

Describing the immediate reporting of an occurrence. Many quotes offered by brokers to clients are in real time, which means changes to the quotes occur as soon as the brokerage itself receives the information.

real-time

Of or relating to the actual time during which something occurs; that is, current as opposed to delayed. For example, real-time stock price quotations are generally available to investors with Internet brokerage accounts.
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This is not going to be possible with real-time marketing.
* Operational Strategy--Once deployed, the challenge is assuring that the overall solution is up and that the delivered real-time services are of sufficient quality and availability.
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Let's denote the variables corresponding to real-time jobs by a superscript RT and for the non real-time jobs by a superscript NRT.
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Asked what benefits their agencies gain from using real-time tools, 78 percent of respondents said "saves many keystrokes" and 71 percent described real time as a "significant time-saver for staff." Participants also identified ease of use (71 percent), faster/instant customer response (68 percent), the ability to quote more business faster (47 percent), freeing up more time for sales and service (47 percent), and greater accuracy (45 percent) as benefits.
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at the end of 2009, Google announced that (finally) real-time results will be included in Google web search.
A series of announcements from Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have pushed real-time search centre-stage.

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