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cutover

[′kət‚ō·vər]
(engineering)
To place equipment in active use.
The time when testing of equipment is completed and regular usage begins.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

cutover

(communications, networking)
/cut-ov*/ Switching from an old (hardware and/or software) system to a replacement system, covering the overlap from when the new system is live until the old system has been shut down.
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Based at Barclays' Rise workspace in London, Cutover has signed an enterprise agreement with Barclays and completed over 15 proof of concepts across multiple areas of the bank.
For example, the production system still has various functionalities that were tested and cleared in the user acceptance testing (UAT) environment, prior to the cutover, but are now not available.
Barclays has signed a multi-year enterprise agreement with Cutover, an SaaS company, following increased adoption of the Cutover Enterprise platform across numerous areas of the bank, the company said.
It tends to be just a lot of PR for the banks." Adelsbach argued several Techstars graduates have moved beyond pilots and actually formed long-term deals with Barclays, including the small software startup (http://www.cutover.com/) Cutover.
The cutover to the new inventory, reservations, ticketing and loyalty system represents a major upgrade in terms of how the airline will now be able to interact and communicate with passengers and its business and travel industry partners.
During June 2016, Air Cairo successfully completed its cutover to Amadeus' Altea Reservation and Inventory and Amadeus e-Commerce modules, while also signing for a full content distribution agreement.
In a unique technological collaboration, Saudi Aramco and Emerson have successfully completed control system cutover at Aramco's 7 million barrels per day Abqaiq Plants facility, the largest oil processing and crude stabilisation facility in the world
Individual chapters are focused on communication planning, user acceptance testing, cutover management, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Whether you choose to deploy WebRTC interactions to minimize customer effort (an extremely important CSAT metric) or to bypass costly tollfree calls, the only way to be certain your WebRTC enabled contact center infrastructure lives up to your customers' expectations is to load test your system prior to cutover, and then monitor availability and performance around the clock once in production.
Whether you choose to deploy WebRTC interactions to minimize customer effort (an extremely important CSAT metric) or to bypass costly toll-free calls, the only way to be certain your WebRTC enabled contact center infrastructure lives up to your customers' expectations is to load test your system prior to cutover, and then monitor availability and performance around the clock once in production.
Lisse, Netherlands, October 17, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Istec International, leading supplier of measurement and control technology, has included the new IST-203 hot cutover tool in its range.