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Renowned for its sleek yet functional style, the design house, along with the German based Premier Marketing Group, created a voucher which integrates the invisible data code technology 'Touchcode'.
The new Videojet[R] 2120 can print large, variable data codes on both porous or nonporous substrates, everything from cardboard and paper to plastic and foil.
In addition, Compustat offers deep qualitative data including Company Notes, Data Codes, and Footnotes which give clients increased transparency on period information and detailed explanations behind any standardization adjustments made to financial data items.
These data codes are the foundation of the IRS's analytical efforts.
The policies in the HIPAA Administrative Simplification: Modifications to Medical Data Code Set Standards to Adopt ICD-10-CM and ICD-10-PCS are also effective as of March 17, 2009.
The DataBridge from BTi is a fully managed data service that insulates broadcasters from typical data provider pitfalls such as changing news wire data codes by continuously updating itself in the background.
The Year 2000 Conversion issue arises from the widespread use of computer programs which rely on two-digit data codes, representing the last two digits of the year, to perform calculations and decision making functions.
Data codes contain key information about the stamp and its distribution history.