Definitions for "BRE"
Bind-in reply envelope.
A software tool used to record, track, manage and revise enterprise business processes. Rules are set to stipulate and outline processes, and the BRE "externalizes" these rules for quick and easy modification. BREs (also known simply as "rule engines") can be used independently or in conjunction with other technology - such as business process management (BPM) and business activity monitoring (BAM) tools - to help achieve business goals and enable organizational change. The use of BREs can support business process re-engineering (BPR) and help an enterprise meet operational objectives, such as reducing maintenance costs, facilitating straight-through processing (STP) and enabling exception-based processing. See BAM, BPM, BPR and STP.
Standard abbreviation for Business Reply Envelope - an envelope with a postage impression pre-printed on it so that recipients can return an application or donation form for example back to you without paying the postage themselves.
Keywords:  barley, village, dry, grains, volume
a dry measure for barley or other grains, the volume of which differs slightly from region to region, and even from village to village
Keywords:  resonance, bond, energy
Bond Resonance Energy.
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