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business-facing

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  • We have a very tightly aligned business-facing set of applications organizations, all leveraging a shared compute infrastructure across all our brands, and we have reduced our applications portfolio.

    Dialing New Numbers At AT&T

  • The service also promises plans to have 200 Assembly Government business-facing customer relationship managers acting as sole points of contact for businesses.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • There will be one contact number for businesses with only one application form to complete and 200 Assembly Government business-facing customer relationship managers will be employed to act as sole points of contact for businesses seeking support.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • A business oriented service that plugs a long list of different applications like calendars and photo sharing into a wiki framework, we called Jotspot “the best business-facing hosted wiki available” when we reviewed its newest iteration this summer.

    2006 October

  • With these changes it is our opinion that Jotspot is the best business-facing hosted wiki available.

    Jotspot 2.0 Launches

  • A second main division will be formed with the company's digital components and business-facing products.

  • - A delay would affect directly or stop the delivery of a current citizen/business-facing service that's consistent with Government priorities

    Comments from all Computer Weekly blogs

  • This model is mainly for packaged applications such as enterprise management software, and business-facing applications such as enterprise resource planning

    The Register

  • But reallocating expenses into business-facing categories forces them to merge their costs, which in turn can open the door to productive reorganizations of IT staff.

    CFO.com: Today in Finance

  • Excellent technical and business-facing communication skills, both oral and written

    jobs.joelonsoftware.com

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  • T.H.E.: 'Correctly used, the term "business-facing" indicates an institution that is focused on educating young people to become employable graduates, offering both vocational degrees and opportunities to get into industry for those studying for academic qualifications. These opportunities can include work placements, partnerships with major local employers and mentoring programmes... However, the Government's focus on skills and employability among graduates has led to almost all universities labelling themselves "business-facing" in an attempt to show they are hitting Whitehall targets.'

    November 27, 2008