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ISO 4217 code for the third Brazilian cruzeiro. It was introduced in 1990 and circulated through 1993. During this time, Brazil's currencies were subject to high inflation.
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As a result of the successful modernization of Medicaid eligibility systems, many states are expanding use of business rules engines across other benefits programs, providing "integrated eligibility" that reuses common architecture and business rules across programs.
With the integration of the Business Rules Engine, it is now easier for our customers to directly generate revenue from the discovery experiences we power.
With the Business Rules Engine, customized rules based on consumer preferences, subscription levels, geography, time of day/year, and other pre-defined and custom criteria can be strategically applied across the platform to control the output of personalized search results, recommendations and browsing experiences delivered to consumers.
Premium Content Promotion: With the Business Rules Engine, a rule can be created to target frequent viewers of "The Ultimate Fighter," the weekly series on FX with a sponsored recommendation for an upcoming UFC Pay-Per-View event.
Video On Demand Promotion: With the Business Rules Engine, a rule can be created to deliver sponsored recommendations for "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows" to subscribers who are fans of Robert Downey, Jr.
New Series Promotion: With the Business Rules Engine, a rule can be created to promote the Discovery Channel's new show "Gold Rush: The Jungle" to frequent viewers of similar shows, such as "Deadliest Catch,"the Discovery Channel series on Alaskan king crab fishermen.
Hyperion MDM provides robust master data lifecycle and versioning capabilities, in conjunction with a powerful business rules engine and audit capabilities for validating and verifying changes in master data, both in real time and after the fact.
The highlight of this quarter is the acquisition of J2EE and web services distributed transaction technology from HP and Arjuna Technologies and the Drools project, a popular open source Java business rules engine.
Drools Project - The Drools Project voted as a community to join JBoss, integrating its leading open-source Java business rules engine into JEMS.