The process of bringing together related information from different sources, so as to arrange it by customer. This may involve transactions with the same customer from different transaction processing systems, either because of different geographical locations or because different product groups have different systems. An example might be an insurance company which has separate departments, each with its own system, which sell life assurance, pensions, health, domestic and car insurance to the same customer.
the situation when more than one company choose to join or work together.
The process of bringing data elements from different systems together to form a coherent "integrated" database.
The process of bringing together different races in order for all people to enjoy the same benefits in society.
active legal measures intended to bring two ethnic groups together.
The ability for different applications and their data to work together. IAS' integrated applications work together, and data flows seamlessly from one application to another. Also, the bringing together of data from diverse applications into a single source. By integrating data from transport chain participants, the IAS Hub provides carriers with a single source of container event information.
Bringing together of two or more segments of beef productions and processing under one centrally organized unit.
the process of bringing people, activities and other things together to perform effectively.
The bringing of people of different racial or ethnic groups into unrestricted and equal association.
refers to putting several components together to work as a system. For example displays in an enclosure with a touch screen on it and attach to a printer as in a bank ATM.
the joining of different racial or ethnic groups to live together as a community