unautomated

unautomated

(ʌnˈɔːtəˌmeɪtɪd)
adj
not automated or automatic
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In an unautomated process, it is incumbent on administrators and staff to ensure that forms are filled out properly, that the receipts match the expenses, and the accounting codes are accurate.
The fact is, despite enormous individual engineering advances in recent years, we remain woefully inadequate when it comes to the art of design--the enigmatic and still largely unautomated process of synthesizing multiple elements into final products.
First, there are still unautomated areas of the lab that the current economic and labor climates for laboratory medicine are now making suitable for automation, specifically microbiology and anatomic pathology.
A warehouse equipped with Kiva robots can handle up to four times as many orders as a similar unautomated warehouse, where workers might spend as much as 70 percent of their time walking about to retrieve goods.
Forrester calls the unautomated and semi-automated work surrounding today's packaged solutions "untamed processes.
Whitener jumped from shuffling papers as a customer service representative in an unautomated insurance agency to garnering national acclaim as the 2010 Outstanding CSR of the Year for her work at an agency on Inc.
In 1994, proposed changes to the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA) not only unau-tomated a highly automated function of escrow analysis (the determination of the appropriate cushion, by state, by customer), the proposed changes required a manual analysis of any differences over a certain percentage (estimated to be at least 50 percent of all escrowed loans) into the hands of clerks yet to be hired to handle all of the soon-to-be unautomated processing.
Forrester cites Nielsen BuzzMetrics and Cymphony as best in class brand monitoring tools; however, smaller companies can start buzz monitoring initiatives with tools like Google's Blog Search, Alerts, and Trends, which are free but unautomated and devoid of analytical capabilities.
In an unautomated credentialing department, it is common to find several full-time employees handwriting credentialing applications and hand-assembling packages to beat the deadline for a payor's credentialing committee.
Mining operations today are highly mechanised, but they are almost completely unautomated.
The boom will be further fueled by the current unautomated state of many Japanese businesses with convoluted paper-based systems a legacy of the government's full employment strategy, he added.