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one who buys goods or services

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Smart client applications are designed for risk managers and claims professionals who need instant access to data in the field, along with the ability to synchronize data once they return to the office.
We leverage multi-channel marketing and rich media client applications to enable service providers to increase revenue and secure critical on-phone real estate, at the same time.
Approximately 22% of the survey respondents indicated they were building rich client applications based on Eclipse RCP; an increase of over 130% based on a previous 2005 study.
Openera's new peer-to-peer video sharing application is part of Openera's IMS Mobile Client application offering, which wireless operators can leverage to come rapidly to market with an innovative set of IMS services.
The features of the IME client application were co-validated to work with Symbol devices, including the MC50 Enterprise Digital Assistant (EDA) and the MC9000 mobile computer, which were wirelessly connected to the WS51000 Wireless Switch and the AP300 Access Ports.
This InterOp clearly illustrates WSDM's ability to enable client applications to remain unaffected by changes in the status of services they invoke--all within a heterogeneous environment," said Heather Kreger of IBM, co-chair of the OASIS WSDM Technical Committee and participant in the InterOp.
RCP Developer contains GUI construction, testing and packaging tools that speed up the creation of Java client applications by harnessing the power of the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP).
The development paradigm for rich-thin client applications has existed in the client/server world for well over a decade and leverages the simplicity and ease of development familiar to most developers today.
90 percent of enterprises that have deployed or plan to deploy thin client applications have done so in vertical applications such as customer service, call centers, airline reservations, package tracking, healthcare centers, insurance claims processing, bank loan processing, and retail operations.
Client applications leveraging server-based application logic are an excellent strategy for addressing the management issues associated with traditional client/ server applications.
First-of-Its-Kind Platform Empowers Banks to Reach All Consumer Segments by Utilizing Messaging, Mobile Web and Native Client Applications
Because Enterprise/Access is a server-based tool, all interfaces can be located on a central server, shared by multiple client applications requiring access to common legacy systems.