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  • Paid in Full First TimeAn obligation is considered to have been paid in full first time if the entire balance of the receivable is paid by the customer in a single remittance.
  • Paid on TimePaid on time refers to a payment that is sent by the customer within the payment terms indicated on the invoice. An example would be if terms are "2/10, net 30," payments have ...
  • Part Order Line ItemA part order line item is an individual transaction listed on a part order. For example, one case of product X and two cases of product Y on the same order would be counted as ...
  • Part-time EmployeeFor the purpose of this survey, a regular part-time employee is hired for an indefinite period of time and is scheduled to work less than forty hours per week.
  • Partially ImplementedPortions of a system and/or process are completely implemented and ready for use OR a system and/or process is completely implemented, but ready for use by only a select ...
  • Partially System/Partially ManualPartially system/partially manual in this case describes a process in which an automated entry is brought to the attention of a human operator who then reviews, adjusts, and ...
  • Participation InstanceA participation instance is a concept that represents a particular set of survey submissions for a single business entity. The participation instance submissions may be from ...
  • Partnering AgreementsA partnering agreement is an agreement between a supplier and a customer whereby the customer guarantees a specified level of purchases to be made with that supplier, and in ...
  • Pay Rate ChangesChanges to the base compensation rate of an employee, which build the employee salary history. This process may be incorporated with other data changes, such as a promotion, ...
  • Payables OutstandingPayables Outstanding is the amount of purchased materials, labor and/or conversion resources expressed in currency that are to be paid (A/P or accounts payable); the average of ...
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