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ROI

(Return On Investment) The monetary benefits derived from having spent money on developing or revising a system. In the IT world, there are more ways to compute ROI than Carter has liver pills (and for those of you who never heard of that expression, it means a lot). The intangibles are sometimes the most important benefits, but because many of them may be long term, they are typically the most difficult to quantify. See TCO.
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In this paper, we presented a new and efficient ROI coding method for medical image based on bitplane shift scheme, which is called general layered bitplane shift (GLBShift) method.
Replacing a "bare bones" storage system with a solution that has snapshot technology can dramatically increase the ROI of the purchase.
But its ROI can only be measured over time, and therefore requires a long-term commitment.
Measuring ROI in Sales Training: A Pharmaceutical Company (Ron Drew Stone).
Almost 85 percent of all respondents agree that "Lack of internal and budgetary resources is the biggest obstacle when attempting to demonstrate communication's ROI.
But the idea of a three-month ROI suggests the concept that the fiscal window of concern is perhaps the active quarter.
The ROI workshop provided me a clear and indisputable framework for measuring, benchmarking, and proving that our CI function is a highly value-added overhead function.
com/reports/c50394) has announced the addition of Insider's Guide to Business Process Management (BPM) ROI to their offering
Medical Records Online (MRO), the market leader of in-house, Release of Information (ROI) solutions for healthcare providers, announced an agreement to provide ROI processing services to Henry Ford Health System.