Obviously time is money, and with this new improved version I can handle key tasks quicker and provide an ever better service for my clients.
What does HKEY stand for?
HKEY stands for Handle Key
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
See other definitions of HKEY
- Hong Kong Environmental Reporting Awards (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants)
- Helen Keller Eye Research Foundation (Birmingham, AL)
- Hong Kong Endodontic Society (est. 1996; Hong Kong)
- Hong Kong Executive Search
- Hong Kong Exhibition Services Ltd. (Wanchai, Hong Kong)
- Hong Kong Engineering Students Association
- Hong Kong Economic Times (Holdings Ltd)
- Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office
- Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York
- Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited
Samples in periodicals archive:
If your business depends on you for essential functions, now's the time to consider training employees to handle key tasks and write instructions that can be used in the event something happens to you.
TechM has helped address these issues by enabling businesses and operators to focus on core business and handle key functions like IT and networks.
The forum will handle key issues like social media, transforming service delivery and citizen engagement through Government 2.
Governments want to handle key processes with their suppliers such as tenders, orders, delivery notes, catalogs, invoices, and payments electronically.
Leeds City College has selected Caltech, a leading supplier of customer relationship management systems to install its Microsoft Dynamics CRM system to handle key processes at the college and help it develop further links with its many business customers.
We wouldn't have faced problems having a replacement for Mr Naf or other key officials, if Bahrainis were trained and educated by the company to handle key posts.
Hammouda's 15 years of experience in New York allotted her the opportunity to handle key accounts ranging from FMCG to IT and telecom.