(1). A euphemism for outsourcing certain functions to another firm or service provider, intended to imply that the use of the other provider is to the customer’s benefit, as opposed to simply a cost-saving measure, which it invariably is.
(1). To keep mentioning the same thing over and over during a meeting or call.
“Now, I don’t want to make glue out of the same dead horse, but we really need to consider whether we should be allowing Ned to talk to clients anymore…he seems to keep telling them how great our competitors are….”
(1). The art of turning a simple PDF into an annoying, electronic form that never has enough room to fit what you want to write or simply adjusts the size of the entry so you can’t make it out at all. The result: you end up printing it off and pen-and-inking all of the entries by hand.
“So, I just finished green fielding the new account documents. It looks great, although, we should probably mention somewhere that you’re limited to 30 characters on every line.”