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automagic

(ˌɔːtəʊˈmædʒɪk)
adj
done with such ease and speed as to seem like magic
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''All bookings will be 'automagically' organised into trips, giving customers personalised insight and advice around their destinations and travel.''
You now call the data services layer and get your requests satisfied "automagically." Problem solved for everyone, no?
This includes using data to track user behavior and overlap external information such as product, location, environment or other "known" factors to create connections that can be used algorithmically (a fancy word for automagically) to determine how to target consumers with messages to derive the desired outcome.
This means that any front office theme can now be automagically converted to be RTL-compatbile.
(You can sign up for the service using any email address, but you must use your university's email if you want Kopernio to include its library automatically when searching for the PDFs.) The tool "automagically" files away the PDFs you read in your private Kopernio locker so that you can read them over again anytime, anywhere.
So an iPhone X user can automagically AaAaAeA{[ETH]put onAaAaAeA{E the alien emoji the pig.
Automagically inferring the source words of lexical blends.
You literally just have to enter your business' Facebook link into the editor, and the builder "automagically" pulls all the social media related details to your business, and creates an app-like mobile website, with ten different templates (or skins) to choose.
"All of that stuff gets handled automatically --and sort of 'automagically,"' Conrad says.
TripIt from Concur, a highly rated travel-organizing app, automagically creates a master itinerary for every trip, giving you instant access to all your travel plans in one place--any time, on any device.
Will that automagically make life better for the finance team or improve the efficiency of the business?