roll out


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

roll out

verb To do or implement, especially referring to a highly complex activity.

noun An implementation especially of a highly complex actifity—e.g., the NHS electronic medical records rollout.

roll out

To start or expand, as a new program or an existing initiative
References in periodicals archive ?
The magic wand, magic bullet; call it what you want is infrastructure roll outs. The Cabinet Committee on Investment can be that one stop shop if it is allowed to function without distraction, diluted or otherwise.
<b>UPDATE:</b> Based on previous roll outs made by Apple, tech watchers are speculating the iPhone 3.0 update will be out at 10am PST or 1pm EST.
The company has a proven track record of successful roll outs for consumer mass merchandise markets and specialty markets.
The company also notes that, in terms of sheer numbers, Pakistan's Al-Khalid, the Type-98 from China and the Russian T-90 represent the most significant new production tanks on the international market and expects these to account for nearly 43 per cent of all new system roll outs.
Port City Java recently opened two new stores in its home base of Wilmington, North Carolina and more Harris Teeter Roll Outs.
"Because of the Denver test market, we were able to measure to most effective elements of our marketing program for the extension of national and other test market roll outs," said Mark Lantieri, marketing director of Dribeck Importers, Inc.