working asset


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work′ing as`set



n.
invested capital that is comparatively liquid.
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Connected assets: Many initial deployments focus on simpler use cases that answer routine questions such as where are my assets, how are they working, are there any incidents that I should be aware of, how is the utilization and availability of my assets, where can I find a nearest working asset, etc.
The report tells us that Galeri Cyf have worked closely with Cadw (the Welsh Government's historic environment service working for an accessible and well-protected historic environment for Wales) to submit an application which would transform one of Caernarfon's historic treasures into a working asset.
These concepts, properly implemented, transform data and information into a working asset that supports your organization and your customers in ways that not only enhance sales, service and operations but provide valuable insights and actionable intelligence to enable innovation and long-term success.
“Of course, an art collection like 'The New York Series' requires the same strategic planning as other financial assets; yet, with the help of skilled advice, it can become an effective working asset for individual investors,” noted Brown.
Find out some things you can do to make sure your customers and prospects can find your Web site and how you can turn it into a real working asset.
Companies need to realise that this is the normal working behavior now and they need to think about how to protect these users and their home computers as well because they become an extended working asset. Companies still haven't considered what to do with systems in motion."
Today, Dave's totally restored mill is a working asset at his home in Bluffton, Ind.
These employees can be not only a working asset in the combined firm, but may also supply future successor partners.
Company B enjoys a net gain in external financing because of the relationship between spontaneous financing and the working asset RMI.
"The dominant lesson I've pulled out of my experience with boards is that you need a very direct, honest communication environment to make the board a working asset to the company," says Mike Bosworth, CEO and President of OrCAD, a leading supplier of desktop electronic design automation software in Beaverton.
Soon to be sold at the end of her career,and in good condition, she would be a working asset for the waterfront.
The planners did not want Guanacaste to be a national park in the traditional sense; instead, they were determined to integrate the reserve into the national social and economic fabric and make it a "working asset" for Costa Rican society.