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back office

a. the administrative and support staff of a financial institution or other business
b. (as modifier): back-office operations

back office

(1) Systems that do not deal directly with the customer, such as inventory management and accounts payable. Contrast with front office. See back office application.

(2) (BackOffice) An earlier suite of network server software products from Microsoft that was licensed as a bundle. It was discontinued in 2001, but some of the underlying products remained. BackOffice included Windows NT Server, SQL Server, Systems Management Server (SMS), SNA Server and Mail Server.
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Since 1995, DSA has specialized in architecting, engineering, deploying and managing Microsoft BackOffice solutions.
Dan Balter, senior partner at Marina Consulting Group LLC and contributing author is an industry expert and well-known speaker at computer conferences throughout North America on Windows NT, Windows 2000, and other Microsoft BackOffice solutions.
Centra`s support of Microsoft BackOffice provides a deeper level of integration to deliver major advances in ease-of-use, user functionality, and system scalability.
Reciprix is based upon the Microsoft BackOffice family and is used by enterprise level organizations that utilize Microsoft Outlook 2000 on the Microsoft Windows NT(R) operating system.
PATROL for Windows 2000 Advanced Server and PATROL for Microsoft BackOffice are pending certification and will also be available in April.
amp;uot;We are pleased with the Microsoft BackOffice group's initiative to educate their customers on the best methods for designing, developing, and deploying scalable Web applications,&uot; said Andrew Cabot, vice president of marketing, RadView Software.
We see the SQL Server option as a natural evolution in our Microsoft BackOffice strategy.
The InternetPBX is also the first communications server that was tested by Microsoft on Windows 2000 Server Beta last March and has received the certified Designed for Microsoft BackOffice Logo.
Navision Software uses advanced technologies that include development designs leveraging Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 95/NT, Microsoft Windows 98/NT, Microsoft BackOffice, Microsoft Office 97 and the recently released Microsoft SQL Server 7.
We see the SQL Server option as a natural step in our Microsoft BackOffice strategy.
Availability and Service Levels of the Microsoft BackOffice Family

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