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  • n. Plural form of go-live.

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  • The implementation occurred in two phases, with three months of planning and design followed by deployment and go-lives at two pilot stores and eventual rollout to all of Anna's Linens stores.

  • Significant wins across target verticals, major go-lives, blockbuster PegaWORLD, closing of our largest acquisition, and significant traction and a record level of pipeline, both independently and with our key partners.

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  • April 2007 but its narrow terms of reference exclude looking into the threats to healthcare of troubled NPfIT go-lives.

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  • ISoft executive chairman and chief executive Gary Cohen made the prediction of 25 Lorenzo go-lives at E-Health Insider Live '09.

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  • In addition, Atex recently completed successful go-lives of its

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  • -- Professional services engagements in support of 79 client projects in 19 countries and completing 22 "go-lives" of its enterprise solutions;

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  • But timetables on implementing electronic patient records in the five regions have slipped because of problems with the software, unsuccessful go-lives, and the departure of local service providers Accenture in the North East and East regions and Fujistu in the South region.

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  • Much of the revenue would have been in September, but some go-lives, the revenue would be spread over the following 12 months and some will have some follow on revenue in the second and third quarter.

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  • Complementing this was ten major go-lives in healthcare and high-volume distribution that have contributed positively to our revenue mix and profitability.

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  • "For iSoft this has affected the timing and conclusion of negotiations surrounding the potential of an agreement with CSC in relation to the market opportunities in England and in particular the Southern cluster of English hospitals, as well as delays in milestone payments." iSoft is the main software subcontractor to CSC, which has contracts worth about £3bn under the NPfIT. iSoft's Lorenzo software was due to be delivered to NHS trusts across three-fifths of England but installations have been delayed by at least four years, in part because the software has not been ready for go-lives. iSoft's statement last week linking delays in the NPfIT to the uncertain political climate was widely publicised in the business media. iSoft share price continues to fall

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