The SITA's suite of airport management solutions incorporated with a new airport operational data base and flight information display system that assures a real-time view on flight changes.
What does ODB stand for?
ODB stands for Operational Data Base
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
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We have 28 other meanings of ODB in our Acronym Attic
- Offset Deformable Barrier (crash testing)
- Old Dirty Bastard
- Old Dirty Bastard (Wutang clan & rap group)
- Olympic Decline Bench (fitness equipment)
- On Demand Books
- On Dried Basis (chemicals)
- One Dirty Broad (wrestling)
- Ontario Drug Benefits
- Open Database
- Operational Detachment B (a company size Special Forces Unit or B Team)
- Operations Data Base
- Operator Determined Barring (telecommunications)
- Optical Dispensers Board (Ohio)
- Optical Distribution Box (fiber optics)
- Optional Death Benefit
- Orange Community Band (Orange, Massachusetts)
- Orbit Determination Beacon
- Ordinateur de Bord (French: Onboard Computer; cars)
- Our Daily Bread
Samples in periodicals archive:
In determining the top performing organizations for this award, UHC analyzed its participating members' supply chain and operational data through the UHC Operational Data Base.
Thus, users can directly obtain and refine data from different software applications without affecting the operational data bases.
The Collaborative Advisory Team, composed of executives from AMC members and UHC, examined supply chain participants that provided data through UHC's Operational Data Base.
UHC's programs and services include clinical and operational benchmarking, technology assessments and publications, comparative clinical and operational data bases, and group purchasing agreements through its supply company, Novation.
GHS joined UHC in 2006, and is involved in several UHC performance excellence programs, such as the Value Analysis Program, UHC/AACN Nurse Residency ProgramTM, patient satisfaction measurement, and the Operational Data Base.
The SAS Systems' data warehousing capabilities encompass extracting data from operational data bases, translating the data into formats better suited for decision support applications, and moving it from costly operational systems to workstations, such as an HP Enterprise Information Server, to provide a cost-effective data store.
The Collaborative Advisory Team, composed of executives from AMC members and UHC, examined supply chain participants that provided data through UHC's Operational Data Base to measure cost savings and efficiency in supply, pharmacy, cardiology, and surgical services expense management and operating margin.