back office application


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back office application

Software that does not interact directly with the customer. It provides functionality for internal operations such as enterprise resource planning (ERP), inventory control, manufacturing and all of the supply chain activities associated with procuring goods, services and raw materials. If an ERP system includes order entry and customer service capabilities, that system would bridge both back office and front office. Contrast with front office application.
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Until the scope of the assignment hear at least the following topics - Once supply and implementation (including appropriate links and migrations) of a back office application for the Social Domain.
We're proud that our back office applications add a tremendous amount of value to the restaurant operators," said Terri Williams, chief operating officer, MenuLink.
By embedding the printing capabilities into their applications, 360Commerce will offer its customers the power to seamlessly produce signs and labels from within their Back Office application.
The intent of the two companies is to extend the enterprise wireless solutions to additional front office and back office applications exploiting the unique features of Nokia's business terminals and IBM's Wireless Enterprise Delivery Environment and to provide both backward and forward compatibility with legacy systems, a crucial element in helping enterprises secure their current IT investments.
It enables small & medium ISV's, SI's and end user IT departments to develop front-office consumer applications or enterprise back office applications across various deployment models like standalone, client/server or web-based.
Rodopi Software is a global leader in the design of robust, 100% web-based automation and back office applications that provide comprehensive provisioning, billing, and automated customer care solutions to Internet service providers (ISPs), hosting service providers, application service providers (ASPs), and Internet telephony (VoIP) providers.