Today, GTN receives data from 28 DOD transportation and distribution information systems.
What does DIS stand for?
DIS stands for Distribution Information System
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of DIS
We have 321 other meanings of DIS in our Acronym Attic
- Disney (stock symbol)
- Disney Interactive Studios (video game publisher)
- Disruption Impact Simulator
- Distributed Information System
- Distributed Input System
- Distributed Interactive Simulation
- Distribution At
- Distributorless Ignition System
- Division of Independent Study
- Division of International Services (Office of Research Services; US NIH)
- DNA Identification System
- Dnet Internet Services
- Document Image Solutions (France)
- Document Imaging Services (UK)
- Document Imaging System
- Document Index System
- Dokumenten Informations System
Samples in periodicals archive:
WATERLOO, Ontario -- Number one Software Choice for Distributors GBG announced today its decision to merge with Charlotte, NC-based Distribution Information Systems Corp, as part of its ongoing effort to create complete in-house solutions for wine and spirit distributors.
The company also established a state-of- the-art "New Customer and Distribution Information System," based on GIS data, which has greatly facilitated customer data record-keeping and customer satisfaction.
The CADPAD(R) software product from ABB Distribution Information Systems of Raleigh, N.
Davis most recently served as Systems Development Manager and was instrumental in the design and development of the Company's new store and distribution information systems.
24, 1997--Texas Utilities this week announced the completion of their enterprisewide data distribution information system (DIS).
The company designed and developed RouteView(R), a PC Windows(TM)-based software system that automatically sequences and optimizes delivery routes on a daily basis and that can be linked to a variety of host systems, such as XATA's Distribution Information System.
Fully implemented, the FRAMME-based distribution information system will allow engineers to create complex technical and economic simulations of the network.