Manumation - Wikipedia

Manumation (or manual automation) is the failure of software or hardware control systems that automate workflow processes, systems or industrial machinery.
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Manumation - Wikipedia

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What is a manumation - Indeed, without a firm connection to good external benchmarks companies can fall victim to manumation, simply automating old, outdated processes.

Manumation - Wikipedia

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Manumation, the worst best practice. There is a pattern I see with many clients, often enough that I sought out a word to describe it: Manumation, A sort of well-meaning automation that usually requires frequent, extensive and expensive intervention to keep it 'working'.

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What does manumation mean? - Freebase ( 0 votes) Rate this definition: Manumation. Manumation is the failure of software or hardware control systems that automate workflow processes, systems or industrial machinery.

Manumation - Wikipedia

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Manumation dictionary definition manumation defined Noun (plural manumations) (business, nonstandard) Applying technology to automate a business process that produces the same results as the manual process before automation.

Manumation - Wikipedia

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Powerful Test Automation Migration Tool Hyper-Test (Automation Migration Tool) leverages either existing automated test assets or manual test effort involved during traditional testing to encapsulate both user and system interactions within any solution under test (SUT) for example a few of the supported technologies under test (TUT): Any current automation solution can be migrated.

Manumation - Wikipedia

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Talk:manumation - Wiktionary Cited. A pretty new neologism, business speak, that doesn't seem to be diffusing too rapidly. The origin appears to be an unpublished paper which is nonetheless referenced by other papers and a couple of books. At least two include the word manumation but were not listed because they are not

Manumation - Wikipedia

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manumation - Wiktionary English Etymology . Blend of manual +‎ automation. Noun . manumation (plural manumations) (business, nonstandard) Applying technology to automate a business process that produces the same results as the manual process before automation.