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adjective Referring to that which is central to the core function of an enterprise.
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Wall Street Systems has a 20 year heritage and track record for providing high performance transaction processing software to the world's leading financial institutions and corporations.
Robotics' Total Control Transaction Processing Hub reduces verification times for credit card, point-of-sale, and inquiry/response transaction processing applications by interfacing with local exchange carrier T-1 services, such as Feature Group B and D.
In tests conducted by a leading transaction processing company, the Transaction Processing Hub reduced transaction verification times by 32 percent to 7.
The Transaction Processing Hub also meets the needs of the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs) who agreed last year to provide uniform transaction processing capabilities under a banner called Transaction Switching and Transport Services (TSTS).
Also today, Transarc announced the Encina Recoverable Queueing Service (RQS) addition to its family of transaction processing software.
It provides reliable, decoupled transaction processing -- facilitating the segmentation of complex business functions into individual transactions without sacrificing transactional guarantees.
In addition, more than 35 software companies today announced their support for the RISC System/6000 transaction processing and/or software development products.
Transaction processing is a major activity for many organizations and involves the use of computer systems to quickly and accurately collect, process and update online information, such as customer purchase records or bank account statements.
The TUXEDO System implements X/Open's distributed transaction processing standards, the most important of which is the XA standard, which enables different databases, such as Informix, Ingres, Oracle, TUXEDO System/D and Unify, to work together as part of one distributed application.
Kendall Square Research Corporation develops, manufactures, markets and supports a family of high performance parallel computer systems to satisfy the production requirements of the world's largest users in on- line transaction processing, database management applications and numerically-intensive computation.
a company with great success in high-end transaction processing services and customer care services.
Founded in 1997, Finetre Corporation is a Northern Virginia-based ASP software technology firm focusing on transaction processing and compliance automation in the financial services industry.

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