real-time enterprise


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real-time enterprise

An umbrella term for the availability of up-to-date information at all times within a company. It implies a high degree of data integration whether from within the enterprise or from external sources such as customers or the supply chain.
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The advent of the real-time enterprise is helping to bring about a new generation of solutions geared to improving decision makers' ability to sense and respond to problems or opportunities.
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