personal information manager


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personal information manager

[¦pər·sən·əl ‚in·fər′mā·shən ‚man·ij·ər]
(computer science)
Software that combines the functions of word-processing, database, and desktop accessory programs, making it possible to organize information that is relatively loosely structured. Abbreviated PIM.
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Busy accountants are turning increasingly to contact management and personal information managers (PIMs), computer programs that keep track of schedules, maintain addresses and phone numbers and set priorities in to-do lists.

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