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back office

n.
The internal operations of an organization that are not accessible or visible to the general public.

back office

n
1. (Commerce)
a. the administrative and support staff of a financial institution or other business
b. (as modifier): back-office operations.
2. (Banking & Finance)
a. the administrative and support staff of a financial institution or other business
b. (as modifier): back-office operations.

back′ of′fice


n.
any department or office that is not usually seen by outsiders.
back′-of′fice, adj.
Translations
Back Office
service d'appui
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