back office


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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
References in classic literature ?
I looked through the window, and saw her speak to a respectable elderly person behind the counter, who darted an indignant look at me, and at once led my charming stranger into a back office.
Snagsby bends to the lawyer, retires behind the counter, peeps at them through the window-blind, goes softly into the back office, refers to the entries in the book still lying open.
and sure enough my father walks arter him, like a tame monkey behind a horgan, into a little back office, vere a teller sat among dirty papers, and tin boxes, making believe he was busy.
I could never dare to walk into the back office of my paper and face old McArdle," said I.
The back office has a direct effect on the contact center/ front office.
The deal will free a block of space that brokers indicate will continue to be attractive to back office space users even though new office developments are springing up just down the street.
0, each line-of-business area is divided into separate Front Office and Back Office component software suites that can be deployed individually (e.
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