BPR


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BPR

Abbreviation for:
blood pressure recorder
blood pressure response
business process re-engineering (Medspeak-UK)
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For the time being, APR and BPR remain the preferred reliefs for any farmer.
Eric Rutabana: Traditionally BPR has been a key player in the unbanked segment because our roots come from BPR being a credit cooperative in the past and our current network is reflective of that.
Organizational resistance to ERP implementation and BPR started at the factory even before the team got there.
There has been talk in the past that the Treasury may make some attack on BPR, particularly in relation to AIM.
Within the AF, BPR is a mandatory requirement within the overall SDDP and is the mechanism for creating the AF Problem Statement.
Therefore, the objective of this work is twofold: the first is to analyze the internal structure of the BPR in a Basque sample, and the second, after studying the invariance of the factorial structure across sexes, is to take a closer look at the gender differences.
BPR enjoys strong customer loyalty, given its roots as a customer-owned bank and its forty-year history.
With the aim of extending the use of a reasoning test constructed in Europe, the purpose of this research was to adapt the three BPR test forms to Spanish and to analyze their internal structure through different approaches: exploratory item factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis and factorial invariance across gender.
1999) stated that BPR is a process for those who want 10 times improvement; hence, it should not be used for minor improvement in business processes.
2013) presentan una nueva familia de funciones volumen-demora, basadas en las tradicionales funciones BPR, para distintas condiciones de adelantamiento.
If BPR is not approached in this manner, the new business processes will require rework and will erode the cost benefits expected from the initial BPR.
The new information technologies (IT) and new knowledge transfer processes based upon those technologies now offer libraries the opportunity to review their processes and indeed (Al-Mashari & Zairi, 1999), require them to do so, Janson's (1996) analysis of the starting points for BPR is of interest in the context of libraries: