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pro forma

A general term for a fill-in-the-blank form—e.g., in diagnostic pathology—which can serve as an aide memoire of items that must be included in a final report to maximise its utility to end users.

pro forma, (prō fôr´mə),

adj pertaining to financial statement that shows the way that the actual statement will look if certain specified assumptions are realized. Pro forma statements are usually a future projection.
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Finally, the provider can use the PACE Financial Proforma and work with a PACE TAC to develop a customized financial proforma for its own PACE site.
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We are delighted OpenConnect has agreed to partner with Proforma to enable our customers to more effectively integrate technical and business artifacts under a service oriented architecture," said Jerry Huchzermeier, Proforma's CTO.
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amp; SAN FRANCISCO -- Proforma Corporation, the established leader in enterprise modeling for Business Process Improvement and Enterprise Architecture, today at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2005 announced the upcoming launch of its latest process modeling tool set -- ProVision BPMx.
Independent Capital Credit Corporation ("ICCC"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of HCPC, reported assets at year end 2004 of $3,712,839 over 2003 assets of $361,461, and gross profit at year end 2004 of $373,275 with earnings per share on a proforma basis of ($0.
Proforma operating profit excludes exceptional administrative expenses of GBP 225,468 (2003 - GBP Nil) and goodwill amortisation of GBP 2,786,734 (2003 - GBP 2,720,944).