generic software

generic software

(1) Ready-made software. Shrink-wrapped software. Contrast with "custom software." See shrink wrapped software and COTS.

(2) (Generic Software, Inc., Madison, MS, www.genericsoftware.com) A company that specializes in software for IBM midrange computers. Founded in 1987, Generic merged with WorksRight Software, Inc. in 2003.
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As for our company, our model is built around the app itself - we are not aspiring to be a generic software developer.
The use of generic software revealed some interesting results with current usage revealed as 94% for word processing, 93% email and 42% desktop publishing, with a 10% increase expected soon.
Generic software is just one more area where aerospace engineering would benefit Iter greatly, but there are others that a good engineer can help with too.
Head of the unit, Delyth Prys, told the Welsh Affairs Committee, which is investigating globalisation, generic software was being created for Welsh speakers that could be easily adapted by overseas small-language communities.
Right now, we're working on generic software where you can press a button and it spits out an answer for a generic machine.
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In the past, RF test engineers would either develop unique software for each product using rapid development tools, or develop a generic software platform that could be used on all products through a robust configuration mechanism.

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