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back office

The section of a business or company that is responsible for managing internal affairs (such as administration, information technology, and so on) and thus generally does not have contact with clients, customers, or the general public. You should ask one of the people in the back office for help with your computer. I spent so many years as part of the bank's back office that now I'm not sure I know the appropriate way to talk to a customer.
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Payment then triggers the production workflow for printing, finishing and delivery in the 3P Backoffice.
The new office aims to strengthen BackOffice's local
Datta has been named CEO of BackOffice Associates Asia Pacific Japan and CPM Consulting.
The company said that the CranSoft SDK is its platform for web application development, forming the foundation of the BackOffice product suite.
The SEK2.5m order covers MultiQ's flat screens and other backoffice applications.
IQ BackOffice, a provider of accounts payable (AP), payroll management and accounting business process outsourcing solutions, has rolled out its Payroll Solutions program to provide tools and services that allow large and mid-market organizations (specifically under $5 billion in revenue) to automate and optimize human resources operations with outsourced payroll processes and teams.
"We achieved the objectives of improving the application process and creating backoffice efficiencies with respect to our electronic application process by creating a reflexive questionnaire that's not just a form with fill-in pieces but one that asks a number of questions and at the end populates the actual form," Gibler said.
HOME BUILDERS WANT THE BENEFITS OF BACKoffice accounting software and sales and warranty management applications, but they can't always afford to spend thousands on servers and technology workers.
Savings from outsourcing generally range from 25 percent to 50 percent annually, according to David Schnitt, president of IQ BackOffice, which specializes in handling accounts payable and other critical labor-intensive accounting processes.
It was written by two former Microsofters-turned-venture capitalists: Zagula was involved in the development and launch of the Microsoft Office brand; Tong was vp of Marketing and Business Development for Windows, Office, and BackOffice. They say there are five ways to go to market:
FNIS Real Estate Services, a division of Fidelity National Financial, announced the launch of an expanded suite of Real Estate BackOffice products.
The SCO Group (SCO)(NASDAQ:SCOX), a provider of Linux and UNIX business software solutions, has developed the SCOoffice Server, a backoffice software suite for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs).
Active Voice's Kinesis product uses Microsoft Exchange 5.5 and 2000, along with Windows 2000, to deliver voice mail and unified messaging into a Microsoft BackOffice environment.
To meet the aggressive timeline for nationwide service rollout, Fusion's strategy was to pick the best-of-breed, proven solutions and partners for their network as well as the backoffice. Infocom Corporation, a partner of XACCT Technologies Ltd.
New funding moves were also announced for the commencement of projects to develop the use of smart cards and integrated backoffice systems such as CRM and e-procurement.