A computer system where input data are processed as received and output data are transmitted as soon as they become available to the point where they are required.
Commonly referred to as a Line of Credit. May be used repeatedly up to a certain limit; also called a Charge Account or Revolving Credit.
Often, referred to as a finance lease. A lease that may involve a balloon payment based on the value of the property when it is returned.
The length of time taken by a firm to produce its final product, sell it to customers, and collect proceeds of the sale in cash.
Short-term, cancelable lease.
Combining two or more entities results in gains in revenues or cost reductions because of complementarities or economies of scale or scope.
Includes all risks not included in market risks and credit risks, such as losses arising from fraud, failure in computer systems and data entry errors.
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