functional application

functional application

[′fəŋk·shən·əl ‚ap·lə′kā·shən]
(computer science)
A program or computer system, particularly a real-time system, that deals with the primary, ongoing operations of a business enterprise.
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SPORTS, on the other hand, is currently being offered as a true utility token on a fully functional application and active network.
ignio will support all three layers--the functional application layer, the technical application management layer and the underlying infrastructure layer--of the technology stack underlying the end to end functionality of NXP's business critical supply chain applications covering all core modules, supply chain planning, PLM, customer quotation and warehouse management.
Users benefit from proactive surveillance of client applications as well as personal and highly responsive technical and functional application life cycle support.
Despite protestations of Beijing, many observers think it will serve all parties concerned if the scope of the law is made clear by its functional application at the highest levels.
Chef has launched InSpec 2.0, a compliance automation solution that accelerates DevSecOps by allowing cross- functional application, infrastructure and security teams to assess and remediate compliance issues from development through the entire software delivery lifecycle.
As such, the Andromeda device's involvement with Microsoft Messaging will presumably call for a more functional application, rather than simply an aesthetically pleasing one.
Formulation, package size, and the components that activate and dispense a product depend upon its functional application. Both a spray and a mousse can be dispensed as aerosols; one will require an actuator to deliver finely controlled droplets of product, while the other must dispense more voluminous quantities.
That may be ERP, CRM or some other functional application. Without that, there is not a true marriage between ECM and BPM."
Finally, functional application of the techniques is covered emphasizing the ROM required for performance of daily activities.
The second part of the book, "A unified approach," offers a functional application of the theory described in Part 1, but it is not as well conceived or as strongly executed as the rich, full, and, at times, moving discussion of theory.
It proceeds from the important principle that a sound education in kinesiology calls for a solid grounding in the functional application of kinesiological principles.
But there's also a need for supply chain organizations to focus attention on end-to-end processes, or what Gartner refers to as "SCE convergence"--that is, the need to do a better job orchestrating and synchronizing processes, subprocesses, and activities across functional application domains.

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