near-real time

near-real time

Delays caused by automated processing and display between the occurrence of an event and the reception of the data at some other location.
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The AICPA is accepting comments on a new concept paper, Evolving the CPA Profession's Peer Review Program for the Future, which explains how the existing peer review program could be transformed into a technology-driven, near-real time process.
During a single mission, it can provide intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance information in near-real time over 40,000 square miles - approximately the size of the state of Kentucky.
E[acute accent]Insite, formed in 1998, has developed the geoOps(TM) Enterprise Location Monitoring System, a software-based solution that allows customers to integrate legacy data systems with near-real time logistics and operational data systems.
Operations managers can now make decisions based on near-real time information that affect and improve the efficiency of their fleets as well as the quality of service their customers receive.
Teletrax's broadcast verification tools provide accountability and intellectual property protection to the television broadcast community, and its reporting capabilities provide results-based data in near-real time.
Network traffic is throttled on an as-needed basis from a centralized administration point and in near-real time, providing a valuable tool to deal with events that overtax the network.
In addition to driving most of its central data processing needs, Whataburger anticipates using ActiveBatch in the future to facilitate sales and cash analysis on a near-real time basis at its 475 restaurants.
Dubbed the "Real-time Performance Dashboard", the new capability brings to enterprises the ability to monitor and react to key production and logistics "performance indicators" (KPIs) in real or near-real time.
With facilities to integrate systems in real time, near-real time, or on a scheduled basis, iWay provides a complete reusable infrastructure for EAI, B2B, e-commerce, mobile business, and e-government.
Because the monitoring happens in near-real time, PDSHeart also can immediately alert the physician or, if unavailable, local paramedics in the event of a life-threatening situation.
Americas Software's AML engines systematically profile accounts and monitor transaction trends to detect, investigate, and report money-laundering activity, which can be done in real time or near-real time for immediate identification of suspicious behavior.
This scanner can examine the entire contents of a bag in approximately six seconds, providing the data for true three-dimensional images of any object in the bag in near-real time.