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SCM

SCM

(1) (Software Configuration Management, Source Code Management, Software Change Manager) See configuration management.

(2) See supply chain management and storage class memory.

(3) (Single Chip Module) A chip package that contains one chip. Contrast with MCM.

(4) (Service Control Manager) The part of Windows that launches background tasks. Developers can write executable programs that run under the control of the SCM.
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Segmentation by application type and analysis of the SCM market
Increasingly our investment clients are seeking advice regarding alternatives investment strategy, either through a custom portfolio or a delegated solution, and SCM is an excellent addition to Mercer s already well-regarded alternatives capabilities, said Phil de Cristo, President, Mercer Investments.
SCM production facilities in Akashi and Sagami provide Caterpillar products to Asia and the world.
The regulations impose a restriction on the use of the SCM by requiring the taxpayer to "reasonably conclude in its business judgment that the covered services do not contribute significantly to key competitive advantages, core capabilities, or fundamental risks of success or failure in one or more trades or businesses of the renderer, the recipient, or both.
Surround SCM manages all software source code changes with complete cross-platform and client server source control.
The convergence of code and content, and the inherent need to control, present, and manage Web resources, is dramatically altering the landscape for SCM and WCM solutions.
Like ISM, leading texts in purchasing and supply present SCM as having an upstream focus.
SCM technology enables operations to perform with greater efficiency, as well as at unprecedented levels of interactivity.
In fact, the lineage runs like this: Such mundane areas as materials management and distribution have evolved into a more powerful function called logistics, which in turn has become an integral component of SCM.
The SaaS-based SCM service provider gives customers network-based access to SCM application that is created specifically for SaaS distribution.
Noting that case law holds that guarantees are not considered services for sourcing purposes and that the IRS considers it inappropriate to uniformly treat guarantees as noncompensatory by making them eligible for the SCM method (discussed below), the Preamble defers the transfer-pricing characterization of services to forthcoming global dealing regulations.