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CRMS

Abbr. for cold-rolled mild steel.
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He said the CRMS project was initially started in Punjab in collaboration with local government in 2004, adding "It is going on at a good pace, however, there is still need to accelerate the efforts for getting the required task.
He said all CRMS centers were fully computerized and had been connected with the NADRA headquarters to process the applications in an efficient and error-free manner.
The creation of the CRMS is also intended to highlight mass spectrometry as a discipline of strategic importance for growth and promotion within the university, to enhance York's research profile in mass spectrometric research, and to promote recruitment of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, visiting professors, adjunct professors and other scholars to carry out research in mass spectrometry at York University.
The training of research personnel skilled in mass spectrometry is already fundamental to ongoing research programs of the CRMS members.
The IS department had productivity gains as they were not responsible for building an internal HEDIS reporting capability and were able to support the CRMS applications.
IDS' original interest in CRMS was for its cable management capabilities.
The enterprise deployment of CRMS at Johns Hopkins includes all departments in the School of Medicine," said Dr.
Work orders which had taken up to seven days to process without an automated RMS often take 48 hours using CRMS.
Agbamu, CRMS, formed his company, ThinkReverse LLC, to help originators add value through reverse mortgages.
By using the CRMS on their systems, network operators have the ability to test base station functionality, perform fault diagnostics, and record performance trends, without having to dispatch service personnel and necessary test equipment to a distant site.
Louis, MO-based Suddenlink, the seventh biggest cable operator in the United States, has selected its Crosstel Call Routing Management System ( CRMS ) to manage its local and long distance traffic.
Both CRMS and the Integrated Outcomes Database use Symmetry's ETGs, the industry standard for defining clinical "episodes of care.