manual system

manual system

[′man·yə·wəl ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A system involving data processing which does not make use of stored-program computing equipment; by this somewhat arbitrary definition, systems using other types of tabulating equipment, such as the card-programmed calculator, are considered to be manual.
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The termination of PaCCS has taken the consignment clearance back to manual system and taxpayers are being asked to go through several procedures for clearance.
A statement from Avinor said: "If the numbers we have received are correct, we hope to improve throughput up to 80% [compared with] today's old manual system.
Contract award: delivery of the assay reagent kits wr, aso, rf, ph waaler rose, mononucleosis and reagents, cell reference, control materials, consumables and supplies for performing assays in the field of serology transfuzjologicznej, along with the lease of two automated analyzers, a manual system as a back up and system including a program of hiv and blood bank - 2 packages.
Abida Taherani has announced to replace manual system of working with computerized system in the university and ordered the authorities concerned to start computerizing work from the Registrar Office.
Firms that use a manual system or their tax software as a workflow system need to review how much those systems are costing them.
Consequently a manual system proved to be the best solution for this application especially on the basis that the system has to service twenty vats.
The DWP, which issues nearly $1 billion in contracts annually for everything from janitorial supplies to legal advice, reverted to a manual system of bidding after OFS, The Business Doctors pulled the plug on a computerized bidding system last month.
White said his firm is currently paid on an average of 30 days through a manual system involving sending paper vouchers to Defense Finance and Accounting Services.
But safety was not compromised at any time and controllers were able to use a manual system during the glitch last month.
Bob Strom, Baltia's Vice President Public Relations, explained that the company's manual system is a key ingredient for Air Carrier Certification.
5 million, to replace a manual system in current use.
Compared to the manual system, the overall time savings from automation was estimated at a minimum of 1,000 hours the first year, or approximately $25,000 worth of staff time.