data retrieval


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data retrieval

the recovery of information from an organized filing system, such as a computer database, index card file, or color-coded record folders.
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We are pleased to acquire the expertise of National Data Retrieval, which greatly enhances ChoicePoint's civil records collection capabilities," said Andy Guberman, vice president of ChoicePoint's record operations.
This capability gives a boost to reliability, data retrieval and interchange.
Many sections have been indexed for quick and easy data retrieval.
Independent researchers at Market Data Retrieval found that 55 percent of the 5,500 accredited two- and four-year IHEs surveyed offer accredited degrees online, only a slight increase from the 54 percent in 2003; 47 percent offered degrees online in 2002.
Perhaps the most alarming reliable statistic in the study was taken from the market research firm Market Data Retrieval, which found that technology spending in U.
Within an electronic programming guide, eXtremeDB facilitates optimal database designs, supports reliability and data integrity, and makes possible efficient data retrieval and storage.
With this added visibility, customers will have the ability to access live status updates of public record searches within 24 hours of the order placement," said Scott Maloney, president of Omni Data Retrieval.
ChoicePoint today announced the acquisition of National Data Retrieval Inc.
Although other vehicle manufacturers also have recordable air-bag modules, so far only GM has made its data readily accessible via the commercially available Vetronix Crash Data Retrieval system.
The MARK-V PCS Data Recorder provides an immediate solution to automate data retrieval from existing meter sites not equipped for remote communications.
Dozens of forms, flowsheets, policies, checklists, surveys and data retrieval worksheets can be photocopied and used immediately.
An optional built-in modem provides data retrieval capability.