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turnkey

adjective Referring to a system–eg, information system or device–eg, PET-CT for which the time and effort required for it to become fully operational is minimal after installation and setup
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Turn-Key Systems will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Orbis Technologies.
Turn-Key Systems has been developing software for the publishing industry for more than 20 years.
A Lombardia spokesperson further commented: “We believe we are one the best in the industry providing Turn-Key Income Properties.
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The performance guarantee on the Turn-Key Wellness Program also requires the client to make commitments that will help to ensure the success of the program.
Ruderman and Studley colleague Executive Managing Director Michael Goldman and Managing Director Key Otomo knew that National Financial Partners would need additional space to accommodate its growing business, and that the space would be a turn-key solution for New Mountain's space requirement.
"In the evolving work of commercial real estate, turn-key fits perfectly with the condominium office concept," Lewis says.
In today's market, increased cost-consciousness is leading many owners and tenants to "partner" with a general contractor who can provide real service (not just lip service) in the preliminary phases of a potential project - whether to develop a budget for renovations as part of an acquisition, or to provide a turn-key tenant installation.
The phrase is "turn-key deals," and it applies to both tenants and brokers.