transaction data

transaction data

[tran′sak·shən ‚dad·ə]
(computer science)
A set of data in a data-processing area in which the incidence of the data is essentially random and unpredictable; hours worked, quantities shipped, and amounts invoiced are examples from, respectively, the areas of payroll, accounts receivable, and accounts payable.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Transaction Data Systems, parent company of Rx30 and Computer-Rx pharmacy software, announced yesterday that it has named Monty Rogers as its new chief strategy officer and chief pharmacist.
Combined with the ability to analyze transaction data through M Science's SWIPE solution, TRAFFIC clients can anticipate and measure the effectiveness of company-led initiatives such as marketing campaigns and promotions designed to increase foot traffic and spend.
Transaction Data Systems (TDS) revealed on Wednesday the appointment of Adam Wallace as its chief technology officer.
11 April 2019 - Florida, US-based Transaction Data Systems has acquired Pharm Assess, Inc.
The model includes a machine learning component that constantly improves the confidence of the prediction engine results based on real-time transaction data.
Each node generates and stores transaction data. The specific contents of the data will be discussed in Section 4.
Grab, however, said it was working with limited timelines to meet PCC's deadline on submitting post transaction data.
The article examines the difference between primary and secondary data, the verification of transaction data, and the need to acquire and confirm information on the intentions and motivations of the parties to a sale.
New Delhi: RBI gave six months time to global payment companies to store transaction data of Indian customers within the country.
These blocks then house a ledger of information containing metadata of previous transactions, including timestamps and transaction data.
GloBird will be able to review and download the transaction data from a web portal.