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List of abbreviations for market segments

HoReCa – hotel, restaurant, cafe. ICT – information and communication technology. BPO outsourcing business process. Company FMCG – consumer goods. FSS – financial services sector. RPO – recruitment process outsourcing. ECS - engineering and const ...

                                               

Academy company

The company Academy is the term used for an organization that is well known as a place to start a professional career and provides leaders to other companies. Often Academy companies hire most of their staff from among recent graduates of college ...

                                               

Acquisition initiation (ISPL)

The initiation of the acquisition of the initial process within the information and library procurement and executed in the clients organization are going to buy information services. The process consists of two main activities: the creation of a ...

                                               

Adaptability

Adaptability is a property of a system or process. This word was introduced for use as a specialised term in different disciplines and in business operations. The word definitions of adaptability as a specialised term differ little from dictionar ...

                                               

Additional funds needed

Additional funds required is a financial concept used when a business seeks to expand its activities. As a business that seeks to increase sales, more resources would be needed to achieve this goal, some provisions must be made to accommodate cha ...

                                               

Adversarial purchasing

Hostile relations in the field of procurement and supply occurs when an identical or equivalent good or service from competing suppliers and buyers / sellers are trying to gain advantage over each other. A low level of confidence characteristic o ...

                                               

Affinity diagram

The affinity diagram is a business tool used to organize ideas and data. This is one of the seven tools of management and planning. People have been grouping data into groups based on natural relationships for thousands of years, however, the ter ...

                                               

Agile manufacturing

Agile manufacturing is a term applied to the organization, which was established in processes, tools and training to enable it to respond quickly to customer needs and market changes while still controlling costs and quality. Mostly relevant to l ...

                                               

Amalgamated (organization name)

In the business world, amalgamated refers to an organization that has undergone a merger. The combined organization "United" in the name means that it is merging its member companies and trade unions. The combined organization include:

                                               

Analyst relations

Analyst relations is a corporate strategy, corporate communications and marketing activity of corporations to communicate with the analysts of the ICT industry, working in an independent research and consulting firms such as the leading four. Adv ...

                                               

Archives management

Management of archives management, the maintenance of and use of archives. This is due to the acquisition, care, arrangement, description, and retrieval of records after they were transferred from the archival storage. After the recording was sel ...

                                               

Asset stripping

Asset Stripping is the term used to refer to the practice of the sale of the assets of the company in order to increase the yield for investors. In many cases, when the term is used, financial investor, corporate raider takes control of another c ...

                                               

Associate attorney

Summer associates are law students, who have usually completed their second year at school, or in some cases first year in law school and internships at the firm for the summer. The property has not passed the exam and are not lawyers. The summer ...

                                               

Asymmetric price transmission

Asymmetric price transmission refers to pricing phenomenon occurring when prices downstream to react in different ways to changes in price, depending on characteristics of the prices up or change in these prices. The simplest example is when pric ...

                                               

Attach rate

Attach rate is a concept widely used in business, especially in marketing to represent the number of units secondary products / services sold as a direct or implied with the sale of the primary product / service. It is often expressed as the rati ...

                                               

Authorized service provider

Authorized service provider-a person or company that has permission to work on a product that is still under warranty in another company without voiding the warranty. In order to become an ASP, they would have to pass a test administered by the c ...

                                               

Automated business process

Many computer systems available on the market that deal with different aspects of managing business processes. Most address one specific set of functions, for example, some allow the processes to be mapped and documented, others allow for simulat ...

                                               

Available-to-promise

The available quantity is the business function that provides a response to client requests, depending on resource availability. It generates available quantities of the requested product and delivery in time. Therefore, ATP supports order promis ...

                                               

Averch–Johnson effect

In the Averch–Johnson effect is the tendency of regulated companies to participate in excessive amounts of capital accumulation in order to increase their profits. If the profit to capital ratio is regulated at a certain percentage, then there is ...

                                               

Back office

And back office in most corporations, where the maintenance of front-office work. The front office is the "face" of the company and all company resources that are used for sales and customer interaction. Back office-all the resources of the compa ...

                                               

Backsourcing

Backsourcing is the process of bringing previously outsourced work under the roof of the company to be performed internally. Backsourcing is increasingly discussed as companies decide to cease outsourcing operations, whether because of the issues ...

                                               

Barter

In Commerce, barter-exchange system, where the parties to the transaction, the direct exchange of goods or services for other goods or services without using a medium of exchange, like money. Economists distinguish barter from gift economies in m ...

                                               

Best alternative to a negotiated agreement

In theory, negotiation, best alternative to a negotiated agreement or Batna refers to the best alternative course of action the parties may take in the event of failure of the negotiations, but if agreement is not reached. The complete opposite o ...

                                               

Bestshoring

Bestshoring, rightshoring also known as, is the process of determining the best location to move manufacturing, it and business processes for the company. The decision should be based on quantitative criteria that are designed to take subjective ...

                                               

Bidder conferences

The participant held a meeting with buyer to discuss a possible purchase with several potential suppliers. The conference allows sellers to make inquiries, to gather information to prepare a bid. It also helps to ensure that all participants have ...

                                               

Big business

Big business involves a large corporate or financial business activity. As a term, it describes steps that run from "a Great deal" more General "to do big business." The concept was first raised in a symbolic sense after 1880 in connection with t ...

                                               

Bill of IT

Bill is an exhaustive list of information technology assets and services owned by the company. The bill displays the list of all it assets and services in respect of various items. A promissory note is often used by companies as a tool of payment ...

                                               

Boston matrix

                                               

Bottleneck (production)

Production and project management, a bottleneck is one process in the process chain, such that its limited capacity reduces the productivity of the whole chain. The result is a bottleneck stalls of production, overstock, pressure from consumers a ...

                                               

Boutique manufacturing

Boutique manufacturing is a method used for the production of certain products in limited quantities by hand or with a restricted level of automation. Products produced this way often include ceramics, furniture, amplifiers, yachts, boats, leathe ...

                                               

Brainsworking

Brainsworking refers to the strategy of business development, based on the capacity to transfer knowledge from wide and diverse fields of knowledge, connect them and create entirely new and innovative results with the goal of ensuring sustainable ...

                                               

Brick and mortar

Brick and mortar refers to the physical presence of the building or other structure. The term brick-and-mortar business is often used to refer to a company that owns or leases retail stores, manufacturing, industrial premises or warehouses for th ...

                                               

Budtender

In budtender is the name of one of the employees who works at the pharmacy or store where medical and recreational cannabis was sold. Their job is to offer suggestions to customers to answer questions, handle products and demonstrations of products.

                                               

Build to order

Built-to-order) is a production approach where products are not built until receipt of a confirmed order for products. Thus, the end user determines the time and number of products. Ordered product individual that meets the design requirements of ...

                                               

Build to stock

The Assembly in the warehouse or at the warehouse, often abbreviated as BTS or MTS, and ahead of production, in which production plans may be based on sales forecasts and / or historical demand. BTS is a usually associated with the industrial rev ...

                                               

Business acquisition

Business acquisition is the process of acquiring a company to build on the strengths and weaknesses of the acquiring company. The merger of such acquisition but refers more strictly to combining all of the interests of both companies into a stron ...

                                               

Business alliance

A business Alliance is an agreement between businesses, usually motivated by cost reduction and improved service for the customer. Alliances often are limited to a single agreement with equitable risk and share opportunities for all parties invol ...

                                               

Business architecture

In the field of business architecture is a discipline that "is holistic, multidimensional view of business capabilities, end-to-end delivery cost, informational, and organizational structure, and the relationship between these business positions ...

                                               

Business broker

Business brokers, also referred to as transfer agents or intermediaries help both buyers and sellers of private entrepreneurs in the process of buying and selling. They typically estimate the value of the business advertise it for sale With or wi ...

                                               

Business ecosystem

Starting in the early 1990-ies, James F. Moore originated the strategic planning concept in a business ecosystem, now widely adopted in the high-tech community. The basic definition comes from Moores book, the death of competition: leadership and ...

                                               

Business engineering

Business engineering-development and implementation of business decisions, business model and business processes and organizational structure, information systems and information technology. Business engineering specializiruetsya on developing in ...

                                               

Business hours

Working hours are the hours during the day, which often are held. Typical working hours varies across countries. Subject to the General informal norms in the workplace, employees can communicate with each other more easily and find a convenient d ...

                                               

Business information

Business information is one of the three main segments of the information industry. The other two segments are scientific, technical and medical and educational and training materials. While most of the content, the revenues promotion activities ...

                                               

Business-IT alignment

Business-it alignment is a process in which a business organization uses information technology to achieve business objectives - typically improved financial performance and market competitiveness. Some definitions focus more on the results than ...

                                               

Business metadata

Business metadata is data, adds a business context to other data. It provides information authored by business people and / or used by business people. It is in contrast to technical metadata, which is data used when storing and data structures i ...

                                               

Business necessity

A business necessity is a legitimate business purpose that justifies an employment decision as effective and needed to optimally achievement the organizations goals and ensure that operations are performed safely and efficiently. This is often pr ...

                                               

Business network

Business network is a complex network of companies working together to achieve certain goals. These tasks, strategic and operational, accepted business networks depending on their role in the market. There are two categories of business networks ...

                                               

Business networking

The network is a socio-economic entrepreneurship, in which entrepreneurs meet to form business relationships and to recognize, create, or act in accordance with business opportunities, to share information and to seek potential partners for enter ...

                                               

Business operating system (management)

The term business operating system to meet the standard collection of corporate business processes used in many diversified industrial companies. The definition was also expanded to include the overall structure, principles, and practices require ...

                                               

Business park

Business Park or business Park is an area in which many office buildings are grouped together. The first office Park was opened in mountain brook, Alabama, in the early 1950-ies, to avoid racial tension in the city center. Business parks are ofte ...

                                               

Business partner

Business partner is a commercial entity with which another commercial entity has some form of Alliance. This relationship may be a contractual, exclusive bond in which both persons agree not to ally with third parties. In addition, it can be a ve ...

                                               

Business process automation

Automation of business processes, also known as automation or the digital transformation, is the technology-enabled automation of complex business processes. It can streamline the business simple, to achieve digital transformation, improve servic ...

                                               

Business process overhead

                                               

Business process re-engineering

Reengineering business processes is a business management strategy, originally developed in the early 1990-ies, focusing on the analysis and design of business processes and business processes in the organization. BPR aims to help organizations f ...

                                               

Business relations

Business relationships-the relationships between stakeholders in business processes, such as labor relations, management as well as outsourcing business partners. Association of the enterprises began a relationship that was built through the comm ...

                                               

Business relationship management

Relationship management business is a formal approach to understanding, defining, and supporting inter-business activities related to business networks. Relationship management business consists of knowledge, skills, and behaviors or skills that ...

                                               

Business rule

A business rule defines or constrains some aspects of business and always returns true or false. It specifically involves terms, facts and rules. Business rules are intended to assert business structure or to control or influence the conduct of b ...

                                               

Business rule mining

Mountain rule of the business is the process of extracting essential intellectual business logic in the business rules of workpieces or outdated software applications, giving them a natural or a formal language, and storing them in a repository t ...

                                               

Business transformation

In management, business transformation involves making fundamental changes in how business is conducted in order to help cope with changes in the market environment. "Transformation of a business process is fundamentally changing systems, process ...

                                               

Business triage

Business triage is a decision making system that provides a basis for making business decisions, the results of prioritizing objectives and resource allocation in many business environments. The business involves consideration of the classificati ...

                                               

Busy work

The busy work may refer to activities, which aims to pass the time and stay busy, but in and of itself has no actual value. Busy work also occurs in business military and other settings in situations where people may be obliged to attend, but lac ...

                                               

Cabotage

Cabotage is the carriage of goods or passengers between two points in one country by a carrier from another country. Originally it was used for navigation in coastal routes, port to port, but now applies to aviation, Railways and road transport a ...

                                               

Capability management in business

Control function-an approach to the management of the organization, as a rule, a commercial organization or firm, based on the "theory of the firm" as a set of features that can be implemented to earn revenue in the market and to compete with oth ...

                                               

Capitalization-weighted index

It is a capitalization-weighted index, which is also called a market-weighted index is a stock market index whose components are weighted according to total market value of their shares. Every day, individual stock price changes and thus changes ...

                                               

Captain of industry

At the end of the 19th century captain of industry was a business leader whose means of accumulating personal wealth a positive contribution to the country. This could be through increasing productivity, expanding markets, creating more jobs, or ...

                                               

Captive supply

Internal supply is the term for the part of delivery that is not owned, but used by the company to increase its own profit at the expense of unsuspecting those who really need these supplies. This is typically the case for a market that is domina ...

                                               

Captive unit

Block prisoner is a division of a company functioning offshore as an entity of its own while retaining the work and close operational tie UPS within the parent company. Block prisoner is one way of establishing presence in cheap labor markets suc ...

                                               

Career development

Career development is a continuous process of management learning, work, leisure and transitions in order to move towards personally determined and evolving preferred future. In the development of education, career development provides a person, ...

                                               

Cash advance

A cash advance is a service provided by most credit card and charge card issuers. This service allows cardholders to withdraw cash through an ATM or over the counter at a Bank or other financial institution, up to a certain limit. For credit card ...

                                               

Cash break even ratio

Breakeven ratio is used to assess the financial efficiency of ownership income to determine that the occupancy is required to meet both operating costs and mortgage payments.

                                               

Cash cow

Cash cow is business jargon, it is an enterprise that generates a steady return of profits that far exceed the costs required to acquire or start it. Many businesses are trying to create or acquire such ventures, since they can be used to improve ...

                                               

Category design

Category is a business strategy and discipline that helps companies to create, develop and conquer new product categories and services. Category design extends beyond the leadership team, focusing only on products, corporate culture and business ...

                                               

Centralisation

Centralization and centralization-is the process by which the activities of the organization, especially in planning and decision-making, framing strategy and policy are concentrated in a specific geographic location of the group. This moves the ...

                                               

Chain store

The chain store or retail chain is a retail store where in several places the share of the brand, Central management and standardized business practices. They came to dominate retail and cafes and markets and many categories of services in many p ...

                                               

Chairman's Choice

The presidents choice is a practice when the head of the enterprise mandates that his company is sponsoring events / celebrities etc. for personal gain, or illogical or non-existent commercial reasons. This practice is less common in developed co ...

                                               

Change request

The change request is a document containing a call to adjust the system, it is of great importance in the change management process. The change request is declarative, i.e. it States what needs to be done, but leaves how the change should be impl ...

                                               

Channel coordination

Coordination channel is aimed at improving the efficiency of the supply chain through coordination of the plans and objectives of individual enterprises. He usually focuses on inventory management and ordering decisions in distributed inter-compa ...

                                               

Channel partner

Partner-a company that collaborates with the manufacturer or producer to market and sell the manufacturers products services or technologies. This is typically done through co-branding relationship. Channel partners may be distributors, vendors, ...

                                               

Chief creative officer

Chief creative officer, the highest ranking position of the creative team within the company. Depending on the type of company, this position may be responsible for the overall appearance and the marketing, media, branding associated with the org ...

                                               

Churn rate

Churn rate, in its broadest sense, is a measure of the number of individuals or items moving out of the collective group over a specific period. This is one of the two main factors that determine the steady-state level of customers a business wil ...

                                               

Citizen enterprise

The term citizen enterprise started to be used in the USA in 2008 to describe the business practice of corporate social responsibility.

                                               

Collaborative leadership

The phrase collaborative leadership was first introduced in the mid 1990-ies in response to two trends the growth of strategic alliances between private corporations and the formation of long-term public-private partnership contracts to rebuild p ...

                                               

Collateral (finance)

In contracts of loan, pledge of the borrowers pledge of specific property to a lender, to secure repayment of the loan. The collateral serves as protection for lenders against borrower default, and therefore can be used to offset the loan if the ...

                                               

Colocation (business)

In the fast food restaurant industry, one primary application of this concept is yum! Brands With KFC, Sbarro, and Pizza hut menu to appear in the same restaurant. All WingStreet location chain combined with pizzeria. In organizations, it refers ...

                                               

Commitment control

This term is used in the retail trade. Retailers contract with suppliers to supply a specified quantity of goods in a certain period of time in a certain place at a certain price. The number and value of the balance of the contract represents a r ...

                                               

Commodity

Economics, a commodity is an economic good or service that has a complete or substantial interchangeability: that is, the market treats the good instances as equivalent or nearly so without regard to who produced them. The price for a good produc ...

                                               

Commodity value

In Economics, the value of the commodity good is inherent in free market value under optimal use conditions. In a free market, the commodity value of the product will affect its price. For example, if an acre of land can give a net of $ 100 loss ...

                                               

Communication audit

A communication audit is a comprehensive evaluation of an organizations ability to send, receive and share information with various audiences within the organization as well as key constituencies outside, such as customers and investors, in the c ...

                                               

Communication quotient

Factor of communication intelligence, or CQ is a theory that communication is a skill of behavior that can be measured and prepared. CQ measures the ability of people to communicate effectively with each other. The first scholarly article referri ...

                                               

Competitive heterogeneity

Competitive heterogeneity is a concept of strategic management that examines why industries do not converge on one best way of doing things. According to scientists, strategic management, microeconomics of production and competition combine to pr ...

                                               

Concern (business)

Anxiety is a type of business group in Europe, especially in Germany. It is the result of the merger of several legally independent companies into a single economic entity under unified management. The group consists of a controlling enterprise a ...

                                               

Concession (contract)

Concession and the concession agreement is a grant of rights, land or property of the government, local authority, Corporation, individual or other legal entity. Public services such as water can be in the form of concession. In the case of a pub ...

                                               

Congagement

Congagement is employee relations business term that means "to connect" and "engage" with employees. This is an informal Association of "Communication" and "interaction". "Connect" is a verb which means to join, to unite, to establish communicati ...

                                               

Consularization

In international law, consularization is the act of authentication of any official document, in the office of the Consul, by the Consul signing and affixing a red ribbon document. International trade transportation often require consular invoices ...

                                               

Contingent payment sales

In business transactions often occur that include variables based on future events, which may be difficult to determine how these operations depend on the payments that will occur in the future, and the total selling price cannot be determined as ...

                                               

Continuing education unit

The centre for continuing education and continuing education credit is a measure used in training programs to assist the professional to maintain their license in their profession. Continuing education and professional development is required in ...

                                               

Continuous-flow manufacturing

Continuous-flow production or repetitive flow production, is an approach to discrete manufacturing that contrasts with batch production. This is because just-in-time and Kanban production approach, and requires further examination and improvement ...

                                               

Cornering the market

In Finance, to corner the market consists of obtaining sufficient control of a particular stock, commodity or other asset in an attempt to manipulate the price in the market. One of the definitions of cornering of the market ", having the largest ...

                                               

Corporate accelerator

Enterprise accelerator is a specific form of accelerator that is sponsored by a non-profit Corporation. Similar business incubators that support early stage startups through mentorship, and often the capital and office space. Unlike conventional ...

                                               

Corporate DNA

Corporate DNA refers to the business jargon, organizational culture. Its a metaphor based on the biological term DNA, the molecule that encodes genetic instructions in living organisms. In the 1997 book, Gareth Morgan identified the corporate DNA ...

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