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CIM

(1) (Computer-Integrated Manufacturing) Integrating office/accounting functions with automated factory systems. Point of sale, billing, machine tool scheduling and supply ordering are part of CIM.

(2) (CompuServe Information Manager) The software provided by CompuServe for installation in a subscriber's computer to access available services.

(3) (Common Information Model) A model for describing management information from the DMTF. CIM is implementation independent, allowing different management applications to collect the required data from a variety of sources. CIM includes schemas for systems, networks, applications and devices, and new schemas will be added. It also provides mapping techniques for interchange of CIM data with MIB data from SNMP agents and MIF data from DMI-compliant systems. See JMAPI and WBEM.
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The actor named DataExchanger is any part of a DMS/EMS which requires CIM data exchange.
Whether that means operating more efficiently or uncovering previously overlooked growth opportunities, the key is corporate householding, supported by a strong CIM strategy.
To extend the value of using CIM products, users can also participate in the CIM Knowledge Community Web site, obtaining product information and news, posting and accessing additional knowledge resources, and content support.
CIM sought independent process certification because it wanted to demonstrate to advertisers that it was committed to objective and authoritative audience reporting.
The CIM Framework is based on the Object Management Group's Object Management Architecture (OMG OMA) [2, 3, 5].
In the 1980s, several novice companies viewed CIM as an important cornerstone of worldclass manufacturing.
Important CIM objectives (Doll and Voderembske, 1987) are: 1) increased flexibility, 2) enhanced integration, 3) the ability to manage complexity, and 4) improved control.
CIM is a Registered Investment Advisor headquartered in Albany, NY serving both individual and institutional clients.
The network will provide an enhanced level of service and support to both members and CIM's network of Accrediated Study Centres in the region.
Cim Finance, the largest non-bank financial institution in Mauritius, has set up Cim Finance Kenya to bring affordable product financing to Kenya.Cim Finance has more than 250,000 active clients and lends Sh12 billion annually via product financing in Mauritius.
Samantha Espley has been named the incoming president of the Presidents' Council for the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) for the 2020-2021 year.
AHUDDERSFIELD businesswoman has been appointed as the SME ambassador on the Yorkshire regional board of the Chartered Institute of Marketing (CIM).