turn-key


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turn-key

(jargon, application)
A term which describes a complete system (hardware and software) which can be used for a specific application without requiring further programming or software installation. The user can just "turn the key" (switch it on) and use it.

Compare end-to-end solution.
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On 30 November 2015, El-Sweedy signed an agreement to develop a turn-key solar-power plant with the capacity of 50MW, linked to the feed-in tariff programme, according to company sources.
The Tri Wellness Turn-Key Wellness Program includes health risk assessments, health screenings, wellness coaching, individual health action plans, wellness challenges, and various educational resources related to health and well-being.
of Colliers ABR, who represented RMSG in the lease negotiations, attests to the value of hassle-free, turn-key service.
We're attracting reality shows and other media enterprises to 440 Ninth because we can offer them full-service office space and business services seamlessly, without the hassle of a long-term lease commitment," said Melissa Libner, senior managing director of eemerge, which established itself in 2000 by offering high-tech, turn-key space to accommodate the surge of dot-corn companies.
Ruderman and Studley colleague Executive Managing Director Michael Goldman and Managing Director Key Otomo knew that National Financial Partners would need additional space to accommodate its growing business, and that the space would be a turn-key solution for New Mountain's space requirement.
In the evolving work of commercial real estate, turn-key fits perfectly with the condominium office concept," Lewis says.