Importance of the system/feature in terms of availability, accuracy and backup.
if you mean nature, this means what type of business
what does it mean to be unusually successful in business
it means a business that is temporary or not permanent.
it means that they are bankrupt and no longer in business.
Critical can mean "serious" so I think you use critical thinking every day of a business/job life.
1. safety critical 2. mission critical 3. business critical
In terms of business and finance the term of critical often refers to an item (s) that require intense attention. For example, at a corporate board meeting the CEO may make a case that it's critical to the business that a bid be made to the Government to produce x number of military tanks. Not to do so as soon as possible could mean a loss of income that is vital for the company to remain active in the business of producing weapons for the Dept. of Defense. This is an example of the use of the term critical. It basically means this issue requires the utmost attention. A goal that is vital.
The customer's good will is critical to the success of any business . She was critical of her husband's philandering because it was a betrayal of her trust in him .
To short someone's paper is to attack the character of this person through harsh, critical remarks of his/her shortcomings.
To develop a business continuity strategy, one must first analyze the business to find which factors in the business are critical. One must then think of ways to keep those critical business processes going in case of an emergency.
An entrepreneur assumes risk and she will work hard for the business to succeed
There are so many advantages of statistics in business. They will help in planning and making critical decisions that are related to the business.
Close means nearby. Critical is vitally important.
Sort of but it is more about deciding what IS critical to a situation.
In these hard economic times, the critical situations relaxed by entrepreneurs trying to start up a new business is having startup funds available and producing enough business to at least break even.