enterprise

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
girişim

Girişimleriniz sayesinde basın tarafından ilerici ve ileriye dönük düşünce kuruluşu olarak tanınmaktayız. - Thanks to your initiatives we've been recognized as a progressive and forward-thinking enterprise by the press.

{i} teşebbüs
işletme

İşletmenin başarısı herkesi şaşkına çevirdi. - The success of the enterprise astonished everybody.

O her zaman büyük işletmeler ile ilişki kurmuştur. - He has always associated with large enterprises.

yatırım
çoğaltma
ticari kurum
zenginleştirme
atılgan
açıkgözlülük
cesaret
girişkenlik
girişimci
{i} kuruluş

Girişimleriniz sayesinde basın tarafından ilerici ve ileriye dönük düşünce kuruluşu olarak tanınmaktayız. - Thanks to your initiatives we've been recognized as a progressive and forward-thinking enterprise by the press.

{i} atılım
{i} atılganlık

O her zaman büyük işletmeler ile ilişki kurmuştur. - He has always associated with large enterprises.

İşletmenin başarısı herkesi şaşkına çevirdi. - The success of the enterprise astonished everybody.

uyanıklık
sonucu şüpheli olan önemli ve zor iş
kuvvetlendirme
proje
(Hukuk) firma
şirket
enterprise allocation
(Denizbilim) işletme kotası
enterprise banking
(Ticaret) işletme bankacılığı
enterprise optical networking
kurumsal optik şebekeleme
enterprise optical networking
kurumsal optik ağlar
enterprise psychology
işletme psikolojisi
enterprise resource planning
(Ticaret) kurumsal kaynak planlaması
enterprise safety
(Ticaret) işletme güvenliği
enterprise system architecture
(Bilgisayar) şirketler topluluğu mimarisi
enterprise zones
(Ticaret) yatırım bölgeleri
enterprise value
işletme değeri
enterprise zone
yatırım bölgesi
enterprise account
Kurumsal hesap
enterprise accounting
Şirket muhasebe
enterprise modeling
Kurumsal modelleme
enterprise resource planning
İşletme kaynak planlaması
enterprise risk management
(Finans) Kurumsal risk yönetimi
enterprise risk management
işletme risk yönetimi
enterprise system
işletme sistemi
enterprise wide
işletme genelini kapsayan
enterprise network
Kuruluş Ağı
enterprise network
Şirket Ağı
enterprise network
Kurumsal Ağ
enterprise systems connection
Pirketler Topluluğu bağlantısı
managerial enterprise
(Bilim, İlim) Yönetimsel girişim
foreign enterprise
(Ticaret) yabancı şirket
foreign enterprise
(Ticaret) yabancı teşebbüs
foreign enterprise
(Ticaret) yabancı girişim
reporting enterprise
(Ticaret) raporlayan kuruluş
business enterprise
ticari teşebbüs
business enterprise
girişim
commercial enterprise
ticari teşebbüs
commercial enterprise
ticari girişim
enterpriser
yatırımcı
free enterprise
hür teşebbüs
free enterprise system
hür teşebbüs jüyesi
government enterprise
devlet işletmesi
individual enterprise
kişisel girişim
industrial enterprise
sınai girişim
private enterprise
özel girişim
private enterprise
özel teşebbüs yatırımı
private enterprise system
özel girişimcilik
public enterprise
kamu teşebbüsü
public enterprise
kamu işletmesi
alliance enterprise
ittifak girişimi
commercial enterprise pledge
(Ekonomi) ticari işletme rehni
criminal enterprise
Suç örgütü
financial enterprise
iktisadi işletme
inter-enterprise
Şirketler arası, kuruluşlar arası
java 2 platform, enterprise edition
java 2 platform, kurumsal baskı
multinational enterprise
Çok uluslu şirket girişimi
pledge of commercial enterprise
ticari işletme rehni
pledge over a commercial enterprise
(Ekonomi) ticari işletme rehni
state owned enterprise
Kamu iktisadi teşebbüsü
training and enterprise councils
eğitim ve kurumsal konseyleri
affiliated enterprise
(Politika, Siyaset) bağlı işletme
agricultural enterprise
(Ticaret) zirai işletme
associated enterprise
(Kanun) ortak teşebbüs
civilian enterprise newspaper
(Askeri) SİVİL TEŞEBBÜSLERCE ÇIKARILAN ASKERİ GAZETE: Bir askeri kitleye hitap etmek üzere, resmi bir Kara Ordusu gazetesindekine benzer maksatla ve belirli bir askeri tesisin personeline dağıtılmak üzere, sivil bir yayınevi tarafından çıkarılan gazete
container control element; continuing criminal enterprise
(Askeri) konteyner kontrol unsuru; devam eden cezai teşebbüs
embark on an enterprise
girişimde bulunmak
embark upon an enterprise
girişimde bulunmak
free enterprise
ekon. özel girişim, hür teşebbüs
freedom of enterprise
(Kanun) teşebbüs hürriyeti
individual enterprise
(Ticaret) ferdi firma
individual enterprise
(Ticaret) ferdi teşebbüs
multi annual programme for enterprise and entrepreneurship
(Avrupa Birliği) İşletmeler Çok Yıllı Programı
private enterprise
özel teşebbüs,özel teşebbüs yatırımı
private enterprise
ekon. özel teşebbüs
quasi public enterprise
yarı özel teşebbüs
sport fishing enterprise
(Askeri) balıkçılık spor girişimi
transportation enterprise
nakliyat firması
transportation enterprise
(Ticaret) taşıma firması
undertake an enterprise
girişimde bulunmak
withdraw from an enterprise
adımını geri almak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
a willingness to undertake new or risky projects; energy and initiative

He has shown great enterprise throughout his early career.

a company, business, organization, or other purposeful endeavor

A micro-enterprise is defined as a business having 5 or fewer employees and a low seed capital.

an undertaking or project, especially a daring and courageous one

Biosphere 2 was a scientific enterprise aimed at the exploration of the complex web of interactions within life systems.

an active participation in projects
an organization created for business ventures; "a growing enterprise must have a bold leader"
{n} an undertaking, attempt, project
{v} to take in hand, attempt, receive
the name of one of the US Space Shuttles
the name of a series of starships in the Star Trek television and movie series
{i} city in Alabama (USA); worldwide auto rental company
the name of two US Navy aircraft carriers
To undertake; to begin and attempt to perform; to venture upon
A business, generally a large one In the computer industry, the term is often used to describe any large organization that utilizes computers For example, an intranet is an example of an enterprise computing system
approval Enterprise is the ability to think of new and effective things to do, together with an eagerness to do them. the spirit of enterprise worthy of a free and industrious people
An enterprise is an organisation that uses computers, but usually implies a larger organisation 'Enterprise Testing and Performance' involves testing the entire Web infrastructure of an organisation to the ensure optimal performance of Web-based applications
That which is undertaken; something attempted to be performed; a work projected which involves activity, courage, energy, and the like; a bold, arduous, or hazardous attempt; an undertaking; as, a manly enterprise; a warlike enterprise
An enterprise is an organization that commercially provides products and services in a competitive marketplace
a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness); "he had doubts about the whole enterprise"
The highest level in an organization ----includes all missions and functions
Enterprise is the activity of managing companies and businesses and starting new ones. He is still involved in voluntary work promoting local enterprise. a national program of subsidies to private enterprise
To treat with hospitality; to entertain
readiness to embark on bold new ventures an organization created for business ventures; "a growing enterprise must have a bold leader
The "whole" organization as defined by the participants
Willingness or eagerness to engage in labor which requires boldness, promptness, energy, and like qualities; as, a man of great enterprise
Aggregation of all establishments owned by a parent company An enterprise can consist of a single, independent establishment or it can include subsidiaries or other branch establishments under the same ownership and control
readiness to embark on bold new ventures
To undertake an enterprise, or something hazardous or difficult
An organization created to provide products and/or services to customers
When used generically, an enterprise is defined as the aggregate of all functional elements participating in a business process improvement action regardless of the organizational structure housing those functional elements (Ref 10)
A portion of a company which is related by a common interest in a product or group of products An enterprise may also logically include a network of contractors or suppliers involved in creating or supporting the common product PDM systems are often applied across an enterprise
a business organization; systematic activity directed toward profit-making
a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness); "he had doubts about the whole enterprise" readiness to embark on bold new ventures an organization created for business ventures; "a growing enterprise must have a bold leader
The entire organization (usually understood to be a large organization)
A large-scale, organization wide computer network that may include web-based, client-server, and mainframe computing technologies
In the computer industry, an enterprise is an organization that uses computers In practice, the term is applied much more often to larger organizations than smaller ones
A collection of one or more ISA Server arrays that share common enterprise policy settings
An organization with autonomous control over its own approach to Information Resource Management
A set of functions that carry a product through its entire life span from concept through manufacture, distribution, sales and service, an undertaking; venture, initiative, a business organization
Enterprise programs involve inmates in an industrial job on site at the prison Several prisons have Enterprise plants which perform a broad range of industrial-type services These programs provide inmates with job skills, as well as some income to assist in the payment of court-ordered debts The products and services produced by Enterprise activities also help generate income for the prison system itself to offset some of the cost to the taxpayers
The production of a particular commodity or group of related commodities
An enterprise consists of all functional departments, people, and systems within an organization In some cases, the enterprise can include partners--even vendors and customers For example, the University of Illinois is an enterprise
An enterprise is something new, difficult, or important that you do or try to do. Horse breeding is indeed a risky enterprise. = venture
An enterprise (or "company") is comprised of all the establishments that operate under the ownership or control of a single organization An enterprise may be a business, service, or membership organization; consist of one or several establishments; and operate at one or several locations It includes all subsidiary organizations, all establishments that are majority-owned by the enterprise or any subsidiary, and all the establishments that can be directed or managed by the enterprise or any subsidiary
{i} initiative, boldness, adventurous spirit; undertaking, challenging project; company, firm, business
Is a collection of organizations and people formed to create and deliver products to customers
A company organized for commercial purposes
In the computer industry, an enterprise is an organization that uses computers A word was needed that would encompass corporations, small businesses, non-profit institutions, government bodies, and possibly other kinds of organizations In practice, the term is applied much more often to larger organizations than smaller ones
An enterprise is a company or business, often a small one. There are plenty of small industrial enterprises
An enterprise is simply an organization that uses computers This term encompasses corporations, small businesses, non-profit institutions, government bodies, and other kinds of organizations
A system of business endeavor within a particular business environment An enterprise architecture is a design for the arrangement and interoperation of business components (e g , policies, operations, infrastructure, information) that together make up the enterprise's means of operation
beginning
enterprise architecture
the disposition and interrelationship of all the management, information and computing systems within an organization
enterprise architecture model
The set of diagrams and metadata which fully defines and describes an enterprise architecture
enterprise feedback management
An integrated approach to the management of all forms of feedback available to an organisation; especially that via online surveys
enterprise liability
A legal doctrine and form of secondary liability under which individual entities can be held jointly liable for some action on the basis of being part of a shared enterprise
enterprise service bus
A layer in the abstract architecture of the message system of an organization
Enterprise Resource Planning
ERP, integrated business management system (includes all aspects and computerization methods that are needed to effectively plan and manage a business)
Enterprise Modeling
Enterprise modelling is the process of improving the enterprise performance through the creation of enterprise models. This includes the modelling of both business processes and IT
enterprise resource planning
Enterprise Resource Planning systems (ERPs) integrate (or attempt to integrate) all data and processes of an organization into a unified system. A typical ERP system will use multiple components of computer software and hardware to achieve the integration. A key ingredient of most ERP systems is the use of a unified database to store data for the various system modules
enterprise risk management
(Finans) In business, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) refers to the methods and processes used by organizations to manage risks (or seize opportunities) related to the achievement of their objectives
Enterprise Relationship Management
ERM, business program that analyzes information about the company's clients (in order to improve service and customer relations)
Enterprise Resource Management
ERM, general name for a business management program (inventory counter, resource manager, account management, etc.)
enterprise application integration
The integration of disparate applications and systems into a unified set of business processes, allowing the unrestricted sharing of data and business processes among any connected applications and data sources in the enterprise
enterprise application integration
(See also Systems Integrator)
enterprise application integration
A cross-functional E-business application that integrates front-office applications like customer relationship management with back-office applications like enterprise resource management
enterprise application integration
This technology allows applications from different vendors or based on different platforms to communicate with each other
enterprise application integration
The integration of two or more enterprise systems' processes, software, standards, and hardware, allowing them to operate as one
enterprise application integration
The linking and sharing of multiple business applications and data, including extensions to business partners, through the use of application-to-application modules, object middleware and message brokering, or multitier application server platforms Motivations for EAI include the need to rapidly implement Web-based projects, the need to link to legacy data, and the need to forge links to different systems acquired through corporate mergers and acquisitions See application in the hard copy dictionary
enterprise application integration
A central service through which other applications communicate Its primary goals are to communicate changes in the data between applications (sharing or synchronizing data), and to invoke the business logic or services of an application from other applications (remote invocation) (http: //www ui-integrate uillinois edu/news_art_messaging asp)
enterprise application integration
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enterprise culture
a society or attitude which encourages people to start new businesses and be successful
enterprise resource planning
(Ticaret) (ERP) An enterprise-wide system that extends manufacturing resource planning (MRP II) by incorporating all system and organizational functions required to plan and support manufacturing, finance, distribution/logistics and additional areas such as engineering, maintenance, etc. It serves as the base repository for cross-functional data and defines a common usage of technology
enterprise system
(Ticaret) A system that supports enterprise-wide or cross-functional requirements, rather than a single department or group within the organization
enterprise zone
An enterprise zone is an area, usually a depressed or inner-city area, where the government offers incentives in order to attract new businesses. Because it is in an enterprise zone, taxes on non-food items are 3.5% instead of the usual 7%. An impoverished area in which businesses are exempt from certain taxes and are given other economic advantages as an inducement to locate there and employ residents
enterprise zone
a city district where development receives special tax advantages
enterpriser
An entrepreneur; a person who undertakes an enterprise
enterprises
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enterprise
free enterprise
An economic system of buisness governed by the laws of supply and demand with minimal goverment interference, regulation, or subsidy
private enterprise number
A unique number as assigned by IANA to identify unique objects that are defined by an enterprise, developed to give objects a common naming system via the more common language of numbers

Applied primarily to LDAP and X.500 directories in locally-defined schema and in the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and related standards.

managerial enterprise
(Bilim, İlim) A corporate enterprise in which effective control of the corporation rests with the managers, rather than with the shareholders of the corporation
enterpriser
{n} an adventurer, schemer, plotter
Dynamic Enterprise Modeling
Dynamic Enterprise Modeling is the approach the Baan company uses for the Baan Enterprise Resource Planning system to align and implement it in the organizational architecture of the end-using company
virtual enterprise
A Virtual Enterprise (VE) is a temporary alliance of enterprises that come together to share skills or core competencies and resources in order to better respond to business opportunities, and whose cooperation is supported by computer networks. It is a manifestation of Collaborative Networks and Distributed Collaborative Working]
An enterprise
prise
Apollo enterprise
landing of a rocket ship on the moon in 1969
Black Enterprise
monthly American magazine for Black entrepreneurs and executives
Cambridge University Technology and Enterprise Club
{i} CUTEC, organization run by students at the University of Cambridge (England) that concentrates on technology venture capital and aims to increase and push the spirit of entrepreneurship in academics and students by promoting interaction with investors and industry experts
Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition
{i} J2EE, Java platform designed for the mainframe-scale computing of large enterprises
Public Service Enterprise Group
American corporation headquartered in New Jersey, producer and provider of energy and public utilities within New Jersey, PSEG
Starship Enterprise
the name of the spaceship in the television show Star Trek
Tachihi Enterprise Co., Ltd.
{i} Japanese company established in 1924 based in Tokyo, company engaged in the leasing of real estate (land and buildings)
Training and Enterprise Council
TEC
USS Enterprise
United States nuclear aircraft carrier that participated in the "Desert Fox" operation; space ship in the movie "Star Trek
approved enterprise
authorized business venture, business which fulfills government criteria and is eligible for special benefits
business enterprise
a commercial, industrial, service, or investment entity (or a combination thereof) pursuing an economic activity
business enterprise
the activity of providing goods and services involving financial and commercial and industrial aspects; "computers are now widely used in business"
business enterprise
- a commercial, industrial, service, or investment entity, or a combination thereof, pursuing an economic activity
business enterprise
an entity pursuing an economic activity
business enterprise
a commercial, industrial, service, or investment entity, or a combination thereof, pursuing an economic activity
commercial enterprise
the activity of providing goods and services involving financial and commercial and industrial aspects; "computers are now widely used in business"
commercial enterprise
an enterprise connected with commerce
educational enterprise
educational project, project designed to promote education
employee-owned enterprise
a commercial enterprise owned by the people who work for it
enterpriser
One who undertakes enterprises
enterpriser
{i} entrepreneur, person with initiative, one who is involved in an undertaking
enterpriser
someone who organizes a business venture and assumes the risk for it
enterprises
third-person singular of enterprise
failing enterprise
project that is not succeeding
free enterprise
an economy that relies chiefly on market forces to allocate goods and resources and to determine prices
free enterprise
The ability to direct one's exertion to produce a product or perform a service and exchange that produce or service, in competition with others, in a free market, in the absence of government restriction against any activity that is not directly restricted by the people themselves in open referendum
free enterprise
When business is run by people with little control by the government
free enterprise
the freedom of private businesses to operate competitively, for profit, and without government controls
free enterprise
economic system in which anyone can attempt to raise capital, form a business, and offer goods or services
free enterprise
A system by which people can conduct business free of government control except for reasonable regulations made for the public good
free enterprise
Free enterprise is an economic system in which businesses compete for profit without much government control. the principle and practice of allowing private business to operate without much government control private enterprise
free enterprise
freedom of private businesses to operate competitively for profit with minimal government regulation
free enterprise
An economic system based mainly on the private ownership of property and the freedom of individuals to produce, sell and buy Government plays a very small role
indispensable enterprise
factory whose product is classified as absolutely necessary an therefore production of it cannot be stopped
national enterprise
enterprise supported by the government and treated as a high priority
powering the enterprise
providing capability or authority to the initiative
private enterprise
economic business that was opened by private individuals
private enterprise
Private enterprise is industry and business which is owned by individual people or commercial companies, and not by the government or an official organization. the government's plans to sell state companies to private enterprise. the economic system in which private businesses are allowed to compete freely with each other, and the government does not control industry private sector
enterprise
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