prebuilt

pre·built

 (prē′bĭlt′)
adj.
Relating to or being a structure that is constructed or assembled before being transported to its site of installation; prefabricated: a prebuilt home.
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"From $6,000 and up, you will get access to more portfolios that are prebuilt."
"The Carlton Group was attracted to the high-end prebuilt layout that offered exceptional ceiling height with a central location close to Grand Central," said Peter Goldich of ATCO Brokerage Services.
The C3 AI Suite supports configurable, prebuilt, AI applications for predictive maintenance, fraud detection, sensor network health, supply chain optimization, energy management, anti-money laundering, and customer engagement.
Builders First Source donated all the framing lumber and Habitat for Humanity prebuilt the trusses.
The release also adds nine new prebuilt e-discovery scripts.
It offers a click-based user interface for app and data management, a unified customer ID and profile across all apps, and prebuilt packages for the Salesforce Service, Marketing, and Commerce clouds.
LogRhythm has included prebuilt content into its SIEM UAENESA Compliance Automation Suite, to provide real
"LogRhythm's technology will enable NESA to enhance security workflow with robust case management and automation playbooks, save time with prebuilt artificial intelligence (AI) Engine rules and alerts mapped to UAE-NESA controls and fast and granular customization capabilities to fit your organization's unique IT environment and policies," explained Mazen A Dohaji, regional director for the Mena region at LogRhythm.
Oracle Banking APIs reduces this effort by providing banks a prebuilt repository of more than 1,500 REST APIs which have been matured based on Oracle's experience of servicing 600+ banks across 140 countries over two decades.
Provides prebuilt, pharmacy-specific rules for identifying potentially high-risk patients and intervention candidates.
The new enterprise-ready connectors leverage industry-standard SQL (ODBC, JDBC) and REST (OData) access, using prebuilt connectors to access data from third-party analytics and data management tools, as well as other SaaS applications.