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What does CMS stand for?

CMS stands for Central Management System (various companies)

This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Business, finance, etc.

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Muscat: The Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (Scada) Centre, affiliated with the Public Authority for Electricity and Water (PAEW), which seeks to bring in a central management system for water distribution and transport network, was opened yesterday under the patronage of Darwish bin Ismail Al Balushi, Minister Responsible for Financial Affairs, in the presence of the PAEW chairman.
: BMS:: The supply and services includes the design, engineering, manufacture, supply, turnkey installation, commissioning, training and documentation of control systems for the new heating plant Haferweg, its ancillary equipment, the generation and processing of input and output signals to the independent automation systems the hot water boiler and the exchange of signals based on Simatic PCS7 with the control system in the HW Haferweg and the central management system Tiefstack which must take over all control and monitoring functions.
The report reads: "All new street lighting installations in Kirklees will be connected to a compatible central management system which will allow remote monitoring of equipment, and will allow faulty equipment to be identified, reducing the dependency on night time patrols to identify faulty equipment.
LG Electronics, a leading provider of business solutions, has announced a wide range of new and advanced security products that combine to provide a powerful central management system at the 12th China Public Security Expo (CPSE).
The firm will also develop a central management system that interacts with the RTA system, which assists with disseminating fare-setting rules, monitors customer data, manages restrictive lists and security keys, and distributes revenues.
Lord Adonis, the schools minister, told the Guardian that he had sanctioned the first so-called "matrix" academy, where three primaries on separate sites will feed into a secondary under a central management system to serve a total of 2,200 children.
The system will provide CapNet with an integrated communications capability for all four of its locations managed through a central management system that will allow CapNet the opportunity to expand to additional locations in future without significant additional infrastructure costs.