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front office

n.
The executive or policymaking officers of an organization.

front′ of′fice


n.
the executive or administrative officers of a company, organization, etc.
[1895–1900, Amer.]
front′-of`fice, adj.
Translations
salle des marchésservice de clientèle
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Through it, Temenos will better position itself to compete in the financial services front office application market, it said.
* They will store e-mail, front office application data and backup data in the cloud, in that order; and,
Start-up front office application vendor, Octane Software Inc, which launched itself onto the market last February, this week said it notched up sales of $1.7m during its first quarter.
Hewlett-Packard Co this week announced its first foray into the burgeoning front office application space.
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It would therefore view IBM Global Services as a huge threat to its front office application integration business.
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Start-up front office application vendor, Octane Software Inc, today unveils its first customer relationship management (CRM) application suite, Octane 99, offering sales, marketing and service functionality.
By Siobhan Kennedy The president of SAP AG's US subsidiary, Jeremy Cootes, resigned yesterday leaving his position with the German software giant to take up the role of VP of North American operations with front office application vendor Siebel Systems Inc.
San Mateo, California-based start-up Octane Software will launch itself into the front office application marketplace next week, promising more competitively priced software and implementation times half those of rival giants Siebel Systems Inc, Vantive Corp and Oracle Corp.
Siebel Systems Inc is set to roll out a new integrated version of its front office application suite including, for the first time, call center and workflow modules from Scopus Technology Inc, which it bought earlier this year (CI No 3,414).