over-engineered


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over-engineered

adj
unnecessarily complicated
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Mambu have already proved their engineering capabilities with their core banking solution in the marketplace and for B-North it is a perfect fit vs traditional solutions that are over-engineered legacy designs with recent front-end face-lifts.
Everything is over-built, over-engineered and created with only the very best quality in mind.
The report added: "The Northern Ireland education system has become an overwrought, over-engineered, low-trust, accountability system as opposed to an enabling structure.
"Network complexity has led to the formation of underutilised, over-engineered networks where instead of the smooth, automated service rollout we see many manual processes," she explains.
Enough of your over-engineered, buggy, geeky software.
The over-engineered legs, which allows for the aforementioned articulation, require a lot of manipulation, with its extra hinged knees.
All in all, the implementation, on paper, looks neat, perhaps a tad over-engineered.
Long ago we recognized that our facilities needed to be over-engineered to ensure we could not only accommodate general aviation aircraft in the event of severe weather, but that it would be safe for key company personnel remaining on site.
A common complaint is enterprise offerings are complex and over-engineered with features and functionality beyond the usual requirements of a small business network."
Many of the more well-known platforms are over-engineered and difficult to download, access and use.
Tier 2 is cars, as we know them today --versatile, but over-engineered for the short journeys people make within cities.
Garcia concludes nothing we do will succeed if we do not redesign the existing over-engineered practices with the busy managers reality in mind.