technological efficiency

technological efficiency

an aspect of PRODUCTION that seeks to identify, in physical terms, the optimal (best possible) combination of FACTOR INPUTS to produce a given level of OUTPUT. See EFFICIENCY, PRODUCTION FUNCTION.
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But blockchain and other technologies are expected to back up the technological efficiency and ensure further growth.
These issuances still benefit from the increased technological efficiency. The digital securities ecosystem is starting to see the tokenisation of securities with the majority being at the illiquid end of the spectrum.
He said Bangladesh is now on the brink of attaining technological efficiency to establish Bangla as a leading language in international arena using natural language processing, artificial intelligence and robotic.
"Through our TechTalk sessions, we want to understand the end-user roadmap for achieving technological efficiency, whether its DX driven or simply to achieve certain goals and to assess how we can help address the challenges they face.
Entrants will also have to consider "benchmarks for sustainability and technological efficiency" in their turnkey design proposals.
Rogers Group recognizes the importance of embracing technology in this industry, and the company is committed to improving its use and commitment to technological efficiency. The company knows that technology will continue to impact its work, and will see that impact growing exponentially.
Participants wanted greater technological efficiency from their legal providers, more relevant technologies, to be used and shared on integrated platforms, and business-focused visualisation of legal issues.
Christian critiques: "Instead of focusing on cultural representation, the likes of Netflix and Amazon are intent on improving legacy TV's organizational and technological efficiency and effectiveness by reinventing the pilot process and series-release conventions."
Technological efficiency: IT solutions started to add value to telecom since the introduction of the intelligent network (IN) 20 years ago.
Kneller and Stevens (2006) confirmed the effects of human capital and R&D on technological efficiency at the industry level for a sample of Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) from 1973 to 1981.
One big challenge is that the supply of products is increasing, boosted by everything from manufacturing in China to technological efficiency. And consumer demand is not keeping up.
"Collaboration with NSD is important for us with regard to all new and existing instruments, allowing us to ensure a high level of reliability, technological efficiency, and risk protection.

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