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(di-ploy′) [Fr. deployer, to scatter]
1. To prepare personnel or resources for anticipated use, e.g. in a mass casualty or a field of battle.
2. To put into therapeutic use.
3. To insert (e.g., prostheses, stents).
deployment (mĕnt)
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The IBM Workload Deployer has new features and functions that enhance its cost saving benefits for clients and make deployment of on-premise cloud environments even easier.
C[pounds sterling]furthermore, availability will increase as atms will be down for less time, thus improving customer service, enhancing revenue earning opportunities, and lowering the total cost of ownership for atm owners and deployers.
They could also invest in clear coverings over the ATM signs to make them more difficult to remove, though both approaches would likely cost the deployer more money.
The new association claims that it will represent the majority of independent (nonfinancial institution) ATM deployers in the U.
Tzunami Deployer's batch capability, which allows the customer to run both eRoom Exporter and Deployer in batch mode, and automatic scheduling of export and commit processes save significant project management time as well, further boosting ROI.
Our latest version of Tzunami Deployer for SharePoint 2003 Migration has been developed in response to the current demands in the marketplace for an economically viable solution that meets all content migration needs," said Nimrod Berger VP Global Sales and Marketing of Tzunami.
The K-Wise Deployer provides its users the ability to migrate all their accumulated corporate knowledge in a fraction of the traditionally associated costs," said Ram Alt, Vice President of Tzunami.
Target readership includes J2EE server administrators and deployers of enterprise Java applications.
Using ATM Manager Pro's profitability module, ATM deployers can calculate any merchant fees, CashWorks fees and/or sales commissions based on check cashing amounts and volumes.
The term can extend one to five years with the deployer having an option to acquire the rights to the software at the end of the lease term for a $1 buyout.
Deployer membership will be on a regionally exclusive basis, with one or two major deployers participating in each region of the country.
The 2006 ATM Deployer Study provides an in-depth look at the industry's key performance metrics (including transaction volumes, surcharge rates, and operating expenses), recent industry trends and developments (check imaging, ATM branding), and deployers' strategies and priorities.

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