relational capability

relational capability

[ri¦lā·shən·əl ‚kāp·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(computer science)
Property of two or more data files that can be joined together for viewing, editing, or creation of reports.
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Despite the intrinsic great capabilities of ICT to process information, this cannot be based on a simple manifestation of 'brute' force, that is a simple displaying of 'brute' data; rather it must be based on the relational capability and the development of cognitive possibilities that contribute efficiently to the production of knowledge.
of Limerick, Ireland) looks at "[s]trong ties, weak ties, trust, network initiation, synergy-sensitive resources, relational capability, network learning, and information sharing" in the telecommunications industry.
The manuscript addresses this question by (1) proposing SSM as a relational capability that is historically dependent and hard to imitate and (2) empirically validating the significant direct and mediating effects of SSM on sustainability performance.
The finding of a significant link between SSM and sustainability performance (H5) provides empirical support for the notion that SSM is a relational capability that can enable firms to (1) gain access to resources, (2) learn new capabilities and (3) combine these relation-specific resources and capabilities in unique and collaborative ways, thereby realizing competitive advantage over competing firms that are unable to do so.
It provides full relational capability, excellent data analysis features, and a wide variety of programming tools.

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