commercial off-the-shelf software

commercial off-the-shelf software

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Selling, general and administrative ('SG&A') expenses increased 15.2 percent to $128.8 million, due primarily to increases in purchased services, particularly commercial off-the-shelf software, and occupancy.
This enhances technology adoption in several dimensions, including facilitating build-or-buy decisions and providing guidance in modifying commercial off-the-shelf software to meet an advisor's needs without building a solution from scratch.
This agreement is a significant step forward in modernizing the Coast Guard's financial, procurement, and asset management systems with commercial off-the-shelf software via a shared service provider.
Today's commercial off-the-shelf software (COTS) over-complicates matters for the business - too much information and too many options are available for people to work efficiently.
BAE Systems' Geospatial eXploitation Products (GXP) business provides commercial off-the-shelf software capabilities and geospatial R&D technology.
In 2009, Laura DiPaola, a systems engineer at Naval Undersea Warfare Center, Division Newport, R.I., was tasked with purchasing a commercial off-the-shelf software suite.
Over the past four years, Lockheed Martin has developed and deployed proprietary social media solutions across its own enterprise based on commercial off-the-shelf software. These solutions have enabled its employees to collaboratively develop and share content through such tools as blogs and wikis.
The integrated TMIS and HRMIS project is a turnkey implementation of FreeBalance commercial off-the-shelf software and includes hardware and services.
For the first time organisations can achieve a completely clear and independent view of weakspots in their applications, allowing them to identify and remedy risk--whether those applications are built in house, purchased as commercial off-the-shelf software or developed off-shore.
According to the company, the Veracode SecurityReview service, based on static binary testing technology and dynamic web scanning, enables users to obtain a single view of security risks right across their applications, whether those applications are purchased as commercial off-the-shelf software or developed offshore.
Blueprinting: Blueprinting is the creation of an overall business process description that defines how functions and capabilities, provided by commercial off-the-shelf software products and systems, will be used to support organization and business needs.

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