Customer integration strategies for innovation projects: anticipation and brokering; Patricia Sandmeir, Int.
What does CI stand for?
CI stands for Customer Integration
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We have 83 other meanings of CI in our Acronym Attic
- Cryptographic Interface
- Crystallization Index
- Cubic Inch
- Cumulative Incidence (epidemiology)
- Current Interrupt
- Curriculum & Instruction (education)
- Curriculum Inquiry
- Customer Information
- Customer Installation
- Customer Interface
- Cylinder Index
- Schedule I Controlled Substance (USA)
- Civil Information and Education
- Compatibility, Interoperability, & Integration
- Criminal Identification and Investigation Report (aka rap sheet)
- Counter Intelligence & Interrogation Operations Workstation (US Army)
- Counterintelligence & Security
- Counterintelligence & Security Countermeasures
- Counterintelligence & Security Equipment
Samples in periodicals archive:
The term customer integration applies to a manufacturer's or supplier's integration of its business and supply chain processes with the customer's business and supply chain processes, whereby the provider to the customer is an extension of the customer's own supply chain.
Availability Optimized for the requirements of the ULCH market, this first jointly developed solution, including Silicon Labs' Si4901 AeroFONE single-chip cell phone, SKY-MMI, and SKY's RapidPLUS MMI development and customization tools, is available for customer integration today.
He has nearly 30 years experience in IT and customer integration within the freight forwarding and logistics services industries.
The NetManage and JBoss partnership offers open source developers a simple yet sophisticated integration solution to extend and expose back-end functionality of the JBoss Application Server or Web server environment, reducing complexity and time-to-value for customer integration projects," said Andy Murchison, vice president of worldwide alliances at NetManage.
The experts in Customer Integration and Engineering build upon the extensible nature of WildPackets products to deliver new business applications that give companies a competitive edge and better integrate disparate systems into a complete solution for network operations.
Marotta's background includes over 20 years of managing customer integration, professional services, and pre- and post-sales support for both established public companies as well as startups launching their first product into the market.
NetManage Librados adapters extend XAware's ability to seamlessly interface to any of its customers' back-end systems, including both enterprise applications and mainframe systems, reducing the complexity and time to value for customer integration projects, marked by diverse and incompatible legacy systems.