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- v. Alternative spelling of computerize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. control a function, process, or creation by a computer
- v. provide with computers
- v. store in a computer
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Loss of IT chief is only the latest setback in ambitious scheme to computerise records
Thanks to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, who dared to computerise the country.
The 12.7 Billionso far to computerise our NHS records has lost a key contractor:
“We have plans to computerise 30 per cent of the total 333 police stations, across the state, by March,” said Ahmad.
It's actually more expensive to computerise your accounting system than to hire more people to do it manually.
Regional exchanges which still used manual trading systems such as the floor, call-over or central order matching office all had plans to computerise their trading.
Omar's statement on Tuesday that his department intended to computerise maintenance payments with an automated deposit and payout system was welcome, but Omar had to concede that through lack of funds it was not possible to say what the time frame for implementation would be.
A system to computerise company and close corporation documentation was not completed in the planned time, causing extra expenditure of R1,68 million.
A total of 3000 enumerators would be retained to computerise the data.
An additional measure which has been planned by the Ministry is to computerise and centralise the new registration of all government-owned vehicles in the Province.
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