go-live

go-live

The moment when a new information system becomes active.
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The iCargo upgrade at NCA is a key achievement for IBS Software and the iCargo team as the go-live underscores the confidence that NCA placed on the iCargo product and the capability of IBS to deliver to commitments within time and budget.
This go-live involved integration of TCS BaNCS with 100 other peripheral systems and was a complex overhaul of the IT infrastructure in the Bank.
The group's first go-live took place at Aotearoa Credit Union (ACU).
Aamir Zia, Project Lead Reforms USAID PDP, mentioned, I would like to thank PESCO and InfoTech for achieving ERP Go-Live Milestone and I appreciate the PDP and InfoTech Team for this achievement.
In fact, a large, East Coast credit union that said it had a firm early December go-live date said its role in getting ready for Apple Pay was minimal.
"With this go-live TCS BaNCS has further expanded its customer presence in the Middle East, said Ariketh Vasudevan, Head,TCS Financial Solutions, MEA.
In addition, IBM "intentionally or recklessly failed" to tell Avantor about risks to the project and hurried towards a go-live date, the suit alleges.
But there were also some concerns, given that James Levin, M.D., Ph.D., and his colleagues had seen temporarily increased mortality levels at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh, following that organization's CPOE go-live several years earlier, which was described in a December 2005 article in Pediatrics.
Most go-live dates are in October to coincide with the beginning of the fiscal year, providing the opportunity to close the books on financial data sets.
The sign had a picture of a cartoon computer and proclaimed, "Let's Go-Live!" The next day, a distressed visitor approached one of the nurses, indicated the sign and remarked, "That's an awful thing to be hanging up in a hospital, especially in an intensive care unit." The perplexed nurse didn't know how to respond, until the visitor said with disdain, "Let's go live!" pronouncing 'live' with a short 'I'.