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PROCProcess
PROCProcessing
PROCProcessor
PROCProcurement
PROCPuerto Rican Operations Center (US DoD)
ProcProgrammed Random Occurrence
PROCProposed Required Operational Capability
PROCPrice Rate of Change (finance)
PROCPeoples Republic of Cork (Ireland)
PROCProcedure
PROCProceeding(s)
PRoCPeople's Republic of China
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This feature allows for larger shots and enables tight control of the metal temperature required for SSM slurry processing.
As more and more work history is applied to the rubber, a greater reduction in the uncured elasticity also occurs which contributes to better downstream processing.
Specifically, between August 13th and November 30th 2001, we processed 883 cases with an average processing time of seven days.
Determine which level of service is required - In some instances, a basic level of application maintenance and inquiry support is sufficient; in others, customers expect BSP to deliver full transaction processing or process management.
Recognizing its processing times as unacceptable, the agency enlisted the Graduate Studies Division of the University of South Florida in Tampa to analyze its application and hiring procedure.
By eliminating these components at each processing stage, line capacity can be increased by a factor of two or even three.
Forecasts wholesale payments processing IT spend by region until 2009, with spend broken down by source, activity and countries.
While this processing type provides greater process flexibility by allowing each batch of castings to be moved freely through any sequence of operations, this concept should be practiced only with lowest volume castings.
For many financial institutions, geography and proximity to Federal Reserve Bank locations can hinder processing times.
Compare the cost of internal handling and storage to the cost of paying for processing of commingled materials.
System runs in a multiuser, multitasking environment to insure high-speed processing and response time.
Leading companies such as WorkingRx and Azima Health Services are deploying on-demand technologies to support claims and medical payments processing - streamlining the claim-to-cash process, improving productivity and enhancing customer service.
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