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liaise

verb To interact or interface with another party; back-formation from liaison.
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As a result, Liaise added features supporting the company's vision of delivering solutions that don't require users to change behavior while enabling power email users to improve productivity instantly - without waiting for their colleagues to adopt a new application.
Liaise will be one of seven companies working around the clock for one week starting January 25 to develop enterprise applications that leverage the social capabilities of Microsoft SharePoint.
The support worker will help teenagers to liaise with agencies such as career advice services, employment and training centres.
Liaise and ensure a good coordination with UN related agencies, governmental and nongovernmental counterparts
If I come across anything that I am concerned about I can liaise with my colleagues and the patients and get the problem sorted out.
Mobile Calendar Integration: Leveraging Outlook's synchronization with iPhone, BlackBerry and other mobile devices, a summary of Liaise KeyPoints appears in the device's calendar on the due date.
They will work alongside existing park staff, liaise with parks managers and the police in orders to make Walsall's parks safer places to be and deter any anti-social behaviour.
The operation will see soldiers liaise between farmers and Government staff.
Members of the forum, which will meet quarterly, will be asked to network and liaise with their colleagues at a grassroots level.
The inquiry also heard police did not try to recruit a black officer to liaise with the family after Stephen, 18, died in a 1993 racist attack in Eltham, south London.
Liaise, whose software helps people stay on top of critical information buried in messaging systems like email, was chosen as the winner of the collaboration category at the annual Emerging Technology Awards presented by the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal.
Liaise with the European Commission, the Marine Institute, the Department of Agriculture, Food & Marine, and the seafood industry in respect of the Data Collection Framework and other national programmes and projects.