workflow

[ US /ˈwɝkˌfɫoʊ/ ]
NOUN
  1. progress (or rate of progress) in work being done
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How To Use workflow In A Sentence

  • All of which is doubtless music to a workflow planner's ears but somehow unpersuasive. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, the distributed workflow interoperation model using component technology purely can't realize the traverse of firewall and a true interlinkage of alien system.
  • Visitors to the SOURCECORP booth can learn about the company's specific agency document processing and conversion services such as mailroom, claim conversion and data capture; EDI gateway; document and claims adjudication; document workflow management and online repository; claims reject return services; and edit resolutions. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • For oil services firms, the workflow can dry up very quickly. Times, Sunday Times
  • But still I haven't succeded finding some kind of repeatable workflow which will provoke the error to happen. VideoHelp.com Forum
  • Yes, you can successfully complete simple, short workflows using e-mail.
  • The workflow solution encapsulates system interfaces and normalizes host data to create a 360 degree view of the customer.
  • The system monitors all workflows in progress and interprets the results upon completion of each step.
  • Print Standardizer is using TVI method to compensate the variation, in their early version, they even integrate their PDF Standardizer and CMYK Optimizer in the Print Standardizer workflow.
  • I like the term computation expressions - it is the same thing as monads in Haskell or workflows in F#. Planet TW
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