bundled program

bundled program

[¦bənd·əld ′prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A computer program written, maintained, and updated by the computer manufacturer, and included in the price of the hardware.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The CIC Services Bundled Program allows an insured business to reinsure their current commercial insurance premiums and retain up to 40% of the premium or risk and also retain their existing insurance broker.
(9-11) This is particularly important since Medicare has introduced its newest mandatory bundled program that covers all operative fractures of the femur, from the hip to the knee.
"The centrally bundled program makes it easy for customers to choose their suitable training product, especially for topics covering different technologies," explained Severin Diepold, project manager, Bosch Packaging Services.
IT buyers will have to pay a bundled program set with their enterprise agreement.
The bundled program CD-ROM contains Windows and Linux versions of OpenOffice.org 2.0, and Windows versions of Firefox and Thunderbird.
If, in promoting products, one is engaged in sales or related activities involving insurance products, even when those products are a small part of a bundled program of financial and other services, the chances are good that a program administrator is required to be licensed as an agent, broker, surplus lines broker or MGA, or some combination.
Removing part of the bundled program may also remove or disable the desired program.
For example, Union Bank offers Select Benefit, which provides a bundled program in which the bank administers and runs the plan, and educates employees about the benefits of 401(k) plans.
"We're proactively looking at creative ways such as bundled programs, more judicious use of hospital resources and doing everything we can to shift to the population health model, to keep people healthy as opposed to treating episodic care or being reactionary," said Hopkins.
You can go the route of a suite of bundled programs, such as Symantec's Norton 360, which makes using the programs and getting updates easier, or you can use programs from different companies, which can be less expensive.
You can go the route of a suite of bundled programs, such as Symantec's Norton 360, which makes using the programs and getting updates easy, or you can use programs from different companies, which can be less expensive.
ESIS will work closely with Ace's Special Risk Facilities business, which provides insurance coverages for bundled programs..