re-engineer

re-engineer

vb (tr)
to redesign, plan or construct again (as a professional engineer)to restructure or revamp ( a company or part of its operations)
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Hawaiian Airlines would be alleviated by the REVERA PRA to re-engineer their passenger revenue accounting processes.
The new government has a crucial choice; it can continue to reform public services in an ad hoc fashion with mixed results or it can use this challenging time as an opportunity to coherently re-engineer service delivery.
The interpretation process typically takes 50 hours of work, making the total time spent to re-engineer the part 120 hours.
The outlays of capital required to re-engineer for SOX compliance are high and the threat of punishment for non-compliance or weakness in controls also is motivating.
The workshop, held in the DAU Management Deliberation Center and facilitated by Bill McGovern, Curricula Development and Support Center (CDSC), was conducted to assist the Small Business Administration (SBA) in its first steps to re-engineer the small and disadvantaged business certification process.
contract with Unisys to re-engineer and develop its core information technology (IT) and data warehouses.
has received a federal grant to re-engineer the metabolism of E.
It's also a disruptive technology where you have to re-engineer your environment.
Our users told us that they wanted EJB support without having to re-program or re-engineer their products.
Owners of legacy software written in Assembler can re-engineer their applications to a more modern, e-business focused environment, using a new system by Software Migrations Limited S(ML).
The Insurance Committee will continue to work aggressively to re-engineer the vision of the ACA Insurance Program in order to meet the needs and demands of ACA camps.
Tim Carroll, chairman of the International Underwriting Association and chief executive of ERC Frankona in London, said the proposals are an attempt to re-engineer London's insurance and reinsurance processes.