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12:07 Apr 21, 2008
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French to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial - Human Resources / (within a comprehensive HR management solution)
French term or phrase: pratiques de gestion embarquées
Sorry, I'm up against a tight deadline and so haven't had time to research this thoroughly myself!

Can anyone off the top of their head tell me the 'in' jargon for this in an HR context? I don't somehow see how the usual 'onboard management' as applied in technical fields really applies here.

"[name of software] retenu pour son ouverture, sa fiabilité et ses bonnes pratiques de gestion embarquées"

In fact, I see that the agreement means 'embarqueés' applies to 'pratiques' rather than 'gestion', but I still can't quite see what they're getting at; all I know is this very large organization with many local branches is using the X software solution to enable a degree of decentralization of its HR function.

It's all a bit gobbledy-gook to me, I'm afraid!
Tony M
France
Local time: 06:57
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4embarked management practices
VanesaCS


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embarked management practices


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Note added at 4 days (2008-04-25 14:28:57 GMT)
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That´s okay, Tony. :)

VanesaCS
Local time: 01:57
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Asker: Thanks, Vanesa, for your contribution! Unfortunately, I just don't see how 'embarked' could possibly fit in the specific context involved.

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