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computerize

To convert a manual or mechanical task into a computer-controlled process. See computer.
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Computerizing the Uniform CPA Examination--Issues, Strategies, and Policies: An Update," which outlines the CIC's value proposition for transitioning the CPA exam to a computer-based test, the testing process, security issues, cost considerations and policy-related recommendations.
2, Computerizing the Uniform CPA Examination--Issues, Strategies and Policies: An Update, describes the critical need to change the content of the CPA examination and the strategies and policies for converting the exam to a computer-based test.
Personal computers and mainframes alone appear to have offered the broadest support for computerizing files, with mainframes dominating (that is, increasing the odds that files are computerized).
The Registry keeps track of deadbeat tenants by computerizing courthouse records into its own data base and also acts as a central compiler of information about tenant move-in and moveout dates.
I like to think that our computerizing the incontinence module is another cause for optimism.

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