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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishworkflowwork‧flow /ˈwɜːkfləʊ $ ˈwɜːrkfloʊ/ noun [uncountable]  the way that a particular project is organized by a company, including which part of a project someone is going to do, and when they are supposed to do it
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workflowThe firm is also committed to integrating object technology to improve workflow automation, systems management and decision support functionality.Accompanying the news was the launch of Inconcert, a new workflow manager for client-server systems.But the high cost of workflow systems limits their appeal to the larger organisation.It also features its own workflow engine and Query-by-Example facility.Do you have the necessary resources to carry out the workflow analysis and business process re-engineering?
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