back-end system

back-end system

[′bak ¦end ‚sis·təm]
(computer science)
A computer that operates on data which have been previously processed by another computer system.
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Although the back-end system for tracking orders and sales is still recording customer orders, sellers are unable to access their daily sales numbers to see what products they're selling or how much they're making, multiple sellers tell CNBC.
The back-end system also supports the venue's reservation management and check-in, which can be easily accessed with an iPad, tablet or smartphone, thus bridging the gap between venues and their guests by providing an updated guest list solution.
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Solutions can be personalized to the precise look, feel and functionality of the individual user, while maintaining the intelligent and efficient back-end system integration.
The back-end system connects to each control panel using a wireless WAN.
product for the global market, which was divided into two distinct stages of application: A front-end system and a back-end system.
Here's how it works: A "client" computer, usually a personal computer or workstation, is connected to a "server" or back-end system. The idea is to split the work between the client and server machines, thereby balancing the processing load and giving system designers greater flexibility in program development and data storage.