(in Britain) a scheme to provide a weekly allowance to an unemployed person who wishes to set up a business and is willing to invest a specified amount in it during its first year
- Enterprise application integration
software (EAI) The use of middleware to integrate the application programs, databases, and legacy systems involved in an organisation’s critical business processes. [Example?] (1999-09-28)
- Enterprise investment scheme
noun 1. (in Britain) a scheme to provide tax relief on investments in certain small companies: came into operation in 1994, when it replaced the Business Expansion Scheme
- Enterprise javabeans
specification, business, programming (EJB) A server-side component architecture for writing reusable business logic and portable enterprise applications. EJB is the basis of Sun’s Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE). Enterprise JavaBean components are written entirely in Java and run on any EJB compliant server. They are operating system, platform, and middleware independent, preventing vendor lock-in. […]
[en-ter-prahy-zer] /ˈɛn tərˌpraɪ zər/ noun 1. a person who undertakes or engages in some ; entrepreneur.