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near real-time

adj
denoting or relating to a data-processing system that is slightly slower than real-time
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We are excited to work alongside the Delta team in building near real-time analytics that provide a competitive edge in the market."
Verifi's technology solutions are meant to save time and resources by connecting all parties in the dispute management process in near real-time to resolve disputes before they become a chargeback.
Veritone announced an agreement with Univision Communications' nationwide Spanish-language radio network to use its aiWARE platform to deliver near real-time insights and advertising performance intelligence for national and local advertisers.
Thanks to the newly released Veritone Attribute , customer behavior impact analytics from pre-recorded, native, and organic mentions can enable broadcasters to systematically verify and analyze the effect of the customers' advertising placements in near real-time.
In July, Virginia launched a new program to electronically connect every emergency department in the state and facilitate near real-time communications among providers, health plans and case managers.
These devices have been designed to replace traditional meters and can show near real-time energy usage, allowing you to take steps to reduce energy waste as well as your energy bills.
These devices have been designed to replace traditional meters and can show near real-time energy usage allowing you to take steps to reduce energy waste as well as your energy bills.
Edge Intelligence's software platform enables businesses like these to efficiently collect, correlate, analyze and retain data across geographies without physically moving it to gain near real-time intelligence.
WiPPR provides near real-time precision wind measurements which will enable C-130 and C-17 aircrews to airdrop critical supplies more accurately and quickly to US ground forces in austere locations.
Kore's "Net Change" technology is a key component of the solution because it enables near real-time data warehouses and integration via change data capture (CDC).