from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To furnish with a computer or computer system.
- transitive v. To enter, process, or store (information) in a computer or system of computers.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to equip with a computer or a computer system
- v. to enter data into such a system
- v. to convert a manual function or system into a computer system
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to provide with computers.
- transitive v. to to store in a computer.
- transitive v. to cause (a function) to be carried out by a computer or computers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. store in a computer
- v. control a function, process, or creation by a computer
- v. provide with computers
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The Dems included cash in the “Stimulus” to pay doctors to computerize their records.
The discovery of the mass grave in October came on the heels of a report by the Army Inspector General last summer that revealed widespread problems at the nation's premier military burial ground: unmarked and mismarked graves, millions of dollars wasted in botched contracts to computerize its paper records, and at least four urns found in a pile of excess dirt.
We could be paying people to tutor kids, teach illiterate adults, take care of old people in their homes, computerize health care information (h/t MC), run food shelves and homeless shelters.
That history includes repeated failed attempts to computerize a federal retirement system that now largely relies on pieces of paper.
Jill Farrell, the examiner, said that she and her colleagues were working hard to computerize records but that she had little time to investigate shareholder complaints and allegations of abuses.
The accountants revise and/or computerize accounting systems as well as assist in budgeting, payroll and almost any other financial management issue.
Besides commanding higher margins, health IT businesses are expanding due to some $27 billion in federal funding available for hospitals and doctors to computerize their records.
Electronic records: President Obama wants to computerize all records within five years as a way to increase quality of health care and decrease costs.
PG&E has 300 people working to computerize 1.25 million records, some dating back as many as 70 years.
However, Lattimore, who has worked in the attorney general's office since 2006, said he wants to computerize operations so that contractors are paid correctly and plans to tackle the "heavy case-loads" of adjusters.