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go live

1. To become operational, as of a technological system. The new computer system was supposed to go live today, but IT still has some bugs to work out, apparently.
2. To broadcast live from a scene of action. I sent one of our reporters out there to go live from the scene of the protest.
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go ˈlive

(of a computer system) become operational (= ready to be used): Good news! Our website is going live tomorrow!
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Far from being a one-dimensional project, the ERP journey must keep change in play-a fact that successful organizations never forget before, during, and, especially, after going live.
Since going live with speech, the system has handled 20,000 customer calls daily, and average customer hold time has dropped from 30 seconds to zero.
Within six months of going live with VISUAL Enterprise(TM) for Aerospace & Defense, Mine Safety Appliances (MSA) Company in Sparks, Maryland has seen enormous benefits in its visibility to real-time data and its ability to track costs and manage projects.
We are extremely pleased that Credit Lyonnais' implementation of Margin Advisor has enabled them to realize the many benefits of the system immediately upon going live," said Doug MacFadden, senior vice president of strategic development at SunGard Securities Processing.
The implementation of Inter-activatE has gone very smoothly, with United going live after a user acceptance phase of only 24 hours," says Fred Brott, Intec's president and managing director for North America.
Since going live with the Oracle E-Business Suite in May, Network Appliance has consolidated a large majority of its finance, order entry, and customer data into a single global system.