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administrator

(ad-min'i-strā-tŏr),
A person or entity managing executive duties.

Administrator

Informatics A user registered to a server who has one or more class privileges.
Managed care A white-collar worker, usually a nonphysician, who directs and/or manages the operational aspects of an enterprise—e.g., a medical center or bureaucracy.

administrator

Bureaucracy A white-collar worker, usually a nonphysician, who directs and/or manages operational aspects of a business or bureaucracy. See Scientific review administrator, State fluoridation administrator, Third-party administrator.

ad·min·i·stra·tor

(ad-min'i-strā-tŏr)
A person or entity managing executive duties.

administrator,

n a person who manages or directs a dental benefits program on behalf of the program's sponsor. See also third-party administrator and dental benefits organization.
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The biggest challenge in implementing the EIS package, says the data administrator, was "getting clean data to load into the system.
In addition to providing customer-designed maintenance solutions, Rosellini Scientific utilizes state-of-the-art medical equipment maintenance software that delivers the data administrators need to make informed decisions concerning the maintenance of their capital assets.
It removed the bounds to dimensional limiters or limits of scale, while also providing easy management for its data administrators.
But what is particularly exciting is that Seamark provides exactly what industry analyst IDC says IT managers and enterprise data administrators have been looking for -- a single point of access to multiple sources of structured and unstructured information ('Who is Buying Content Management and Search and Retrieval Software, and Why', IDC #31921, September 2004).
By streamlining and consolidating tasks, data administrators, database managers, and systems administrators can optimize their limited resources and reduce system downtime.
Open platform: Customization and configuration of ETL tools has always been a challenge for data administrators.

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