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Streamline delivers enterprise-wide products and services that maximize return on investment.
StreamLine users are looking for ways to compress processes and maximize the use of their resources, said Patrick Schultz, vice president of First American SMS.
Squid Ink's Streamline 3 CIJ printing system is designed to print superior quality small characters on a variety of substrates: porous, non-porous, smooth, textured, curved, concave and more.
Zeon's efforts to streamline its manufacturing practices will help ensure that the company meets its goal of providing the highest level of performance to its customers across all of its product lines, including synthetic rubber, petrochemical products and new business lines.
StreamLine offers the flexibility to customize a solution that will answer specific business needs and give a leading edge in the evolving market.
The Amendments also streamline the IPE by eliminating unnecessary content and by requiring that the plan be amended only when substantive changes in the employment goal, services, or in service providers are made.
Monster StreamLine 100 Speakers pack all this leading-edge performance into slim, elegant cabinet designs that won't cramp smaller rooms.
Streamline enables businesses to adopt converged communication's mobility benefits without the associated risks and management pain.
Since the early 1990's, the Texas Rehabilitation Commission (TRC), generally considered to be an outstanding state rehabilitation agency, has worked to streamline its processes and bring a streamlining philosophy to its operations, including the measurement of quality in the rehabilitation process (Schwab, DiNitto, Simmons, & Smith, 1996).
Streamline Networks is experiencing tremendous customer reception to its hosted communications solution, attributing their success to being able to offer their customers the same features, functionality and economic savings that Fortune 100 companies enjoy.
While the leadership of CSAVR continued seeking agreement on a methodology to streamline the program, each state administrator began to think about possible approaches to the challenge of increasing quantity and improving quality within existing resources.
The agreement between the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) and the Council of State Administrators of Vocational Rehabilitation (CSAVR) to streamline the public vocational rehabilitation service delivery system grew out of a CSAVR initiative following the reauthorization of the Rehabilitation Act in 1992.