proprietary program

proprietary program

[prə′prī·ə‚ter·ē ′prō·grəm]
(computer science)
A computer program that is owned by someone, and whose use may thus be restricted in some manner or entail payment of a fee. Also known as owned program.
More narrowly, a program that is exploited commercially as a separate product.
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Our proprietary program works with the body to correct key hormone imbalances caused by the many forms of stress in modern society.
In addition, BioTime will present preclinical results from its Vision Restoration Program, the Company's proprietary program based on the ability to generate 3-dimensional human retinal tissue derived from pluripotent cells.
AIG said that by being a part of AIG, Glatfelter will bring in specialty programs business, a track record of strong underwriting results and proprietary program management technology that will expedite the strategic positioning of AIG's General Insurance business.
Can an operator have a blended offering of branded fast food with a proprietary program?
He was recently promoted to the position of CEO at BCE Healthcare Advisors, which is a physician education organization that uses a proprietary program, CliniNotes, to align incentives to achieve improved clinical documentation, reimbursement and RAC compliance.
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To indicate when the proprietary program has completed the data acquisition and is ready for the next sample, the visual basic program monitors the CPU usage.
(15.) Examiners discussed the SunTrust Affordable Housing Program, a proprietary program providing down payment assistance, flexible debt ratios, below market interest rates, and no mortgage insurance; the Community Home Buyers Program, a proprietary program offering flexible debt ratios and no discount points or origination fees; and the Florida Housing Finance Agency Homeowner Mortgage Revenue Bond Program, a statewide program that offers a below market interest rate and down payment assistance.
With a proprietary program, a purchase may require several levels of review for large or capital disbursements.
Two less common programs involve using a contract service for a designated period to start up a new entity with the intention of ultimately creating a proprietary program, and developing a program primarily of proprietary staff, augmented by a contract service.