customer facing

customer facing

An application that the user interacts with directly. Contrast with "non-customer facing," which refers to processing on the server or behind-the-scenes activities in the user's computer. See public facing.
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The firm is to automate financial operations and enhance customer facing web and mobile applications.
Amazon Web Services, an Amazon.com company, announced that Standard Bank Group has selected AWS as its preferred cloud provider with the intention of migrating its production workloads, including its customer facing platforms and strategic core banking applications to the cloud.
Mahwah, NJ, June 30, 2018 --(PR.com)-- RAD, the leading telecom access solutions and products vendor, today announced the formation of two Customer Facing Groups (CFGs).
Gebo will oversee all customer facing teams from booking to landing.
When determining whether a role is customer facing or not, employers should consider if there is a business need for interaction with the public and the frequency and form of this interaction.
However, it will be creating 341 new 'customer facing' positions over the same period - a net employment gain of 112.
EMACS is an innovative and engaging event that brings utility stakeholders together to discuss the cutting-edge of customer facing programs.
The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has recommended that most people be employed for customer facing jobs in banks in order to improve profitability.
Locating customer facing roles offshore is attractive due to low staff costs and overheads but the flip side is quite often a less than perfect customer service.
Herein, he touched on topics based on real-life scenarios of customer facing processes and planning & executing BPM to accelerate Processes and Business Actions.

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