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right-sizingnoun [U]

(also rightsizing) uk   us  
HR, MANAGEMENT the ​process of making a ​company or ​organization a more ​effectivesize, especially by ​reducing the ​number of ​peopleworking for it: This rightsizing will ​producefinancialbenefits in ​excess of $100 million ​annually. The right-sizing ​processforces us to be a ​leaner, ​meaner and ​keenerorganization.
IT a ​situation in which an ​organizationstarts to use a ​computersystem that is better for them, especially one that is ​smaller and less ​expensive than their previous one: While rightsizing may be good ​news for end-users, it is ​badnews for many of the ​establishedgiants of the IT ​industry.
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