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Meaning of "virtual enterprise" - Business English Dictionary

virtual enterprise

noun [C]
 
 
( also virtual company, virtual corporation, virtual organization) WORKPLACE, IT, INTERNET
a group of people who work together on a project, communicating mainly by phone, email, and the internet, rather than regularly going to a central office to work: To be successful, the virtual enterprise must provide operations as competitive as those in a traditional enterprise.
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