TPN

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TPNTotal Parenteral Nutrition
TPNThe Pallet Network (UK)
TPNTrading Process Network
TPNTransaction Program Name
TPNTriple Pole & Neutral (circuit breakers)
TPNTime Petri Net
TPNTransatlantic Policy Network (est. 1992)
TPNTriphosphopyridine Nucleotide
TPNTrade Policy and Negotiations (various locations)
TPNThe Perspectives Network
TPNTimed Petri Net
TPNTactical Packet Network
TPNTrading Partner Number
TPNTatrzanski Park Narodowy (Polish: Tatry Mountains National Park)
TPNTravelocity Partner Network (Texas)
TPNThe Project Network
TPNTooth-Pulp Driven Neuron (dentistry)
TPNTrue Proportional Navigation
TPNThree Phase and Neutral
TPNTrading Partner Network
TPNTrue Part Number
TPNTransaction Processing Network
TPNThe Pixelgeek Network (website)
TPNTennant Profile Network (South Africa)
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The Economist further points out that General Electric (GE) has developed The Trading Partner Network, a web-based link to its suppliers enabling them to quickly and easily make bids for GE components contracts.
And finally, Y2K concerns must loom large for all companies that interact electronically within a trading partner network. Despite their own readiness, how can companies be sure a customer, supplier or other partner won't disseminate "date-impaired" information?
* Any challenge that confronts a single department, a small company, or an international enterprise today will be a challenge for the whole supply chain or trading partner network tomorrow.
The vision of a collaborative trading partner network implies a switch from vertical integration to increased partnerships in engineering, purchasing, manufacturing, and trading communities.
Founded in 2000, E2open provides end-to-end visibility, accurate data and insights, and real-time business process orchestration across complex, multi-enterprise trading partner networks.
GSl's EPCIS standards allow pharma companies to communicate with trading partner networks. GS1 members continually work to improve the standards as newer regulations are put in place around the world.