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BPR

Abbreviation for:
blood pressure recorder
blood pressure response
business process re-engineering (Medspeak-UK)
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The Massachusetts firm will serve as a distributor for the Impellimax product line and partner with Monzite on reengineering and manufacturing solutions for specific customer needs.
Kolle will report to the vice president of Organisational Sourcing and Business Reengineering, Rollie Renstrom.
Business Process Reengineering is aimed at dealerships that want to certify quality standards such as ISO, certify manufacturer excellence standards, or simply because the dealership wants to professionalize management of the business.
2) Creating the program for reengineering the system;
Chemical corporation The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE:DOW) announced on Wednesday that it has signed a process control software reengineering contract with Semantic Designs (SD), a provider of automated software engineering tools.
Among the topics are traditional data-oriented versus process-oriented reengineering of legacy systems, component-based modeling, reengineering for enterprise resource planning systems implementation, an effortless approach for migrating from legacy software systems to web services, and a reengineering process for the aerospace industry.
Champy and Greenspun's 1993 bestselling Reengineering the Corporation introduced business people to the powerful use of "reengineering" as a work design methodology to enable businesses to reach new levels of efficiency, performance, and profit.
Eventually the reengineering process led to the birth of the CHS refined fuels distribution (RFD) program, an innovative fuel monitoring and distribution system using GPS technology.
Reengineering is a radical method aiming at enhancing performances through the transformation of the company into a flexible, harmonious system, structured to serve its customers and not its internal needs.
Now, new business process management tools are used that automatically transmit pertinent assignment-related data in one process as part of the Bureau of Human Resources' reengineering of travel management.
For example, FinCEN began making significant investments in information technology projects before a comprehensive plan to guide the reengineering effort was in place.