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back-end

(băk′ĕnd′)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the final phase of a project or process: back-end charges.
2. Of or relating to the part of a software system or online service that the user does not interact with and that is usually accessible only to programmers or administrators: back-end software.
3. Of or relating to the internal operations of an organization that are not accessible or visible to the general public: back-end logistics.

back end n.
References in classic literature ?
Utterson beheld a marvelous number of degrees and hues of twilight; for here it would be dark like the back-end of evening; and there would be a glow of a rich, lurid brown, like the light of some strange conflagration; and here, for a moment, the fog would be quite broken up, and a haggard shaft of daylight would glance in between the swirling wreaths.
* The buyer defers making most or all purchase payments for the equity until stage two, which is the earlier of a trigger or the contractual back-end date.
They're also studying possible complementary back-end technologies to generate power and are examining the fuel cell market.
"With its unique back-end architecture, the Emulex InSpeed technology already has delivers enhanced reliability, availability and serviceability to our midrange and SME iStorage series products," said Kazuyuki Fujiwara, Senior Manager of System File Products Division, NEC Corporation.
"There are no up-front fees or back-end charges," Pierre Gendron, Safety-Kleen's Quebec market manager, says.
eMAGIC.COM, MILWAUKEE, THE TECHNOLOgy subsidiary of Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation (MGIC), Milwaukee, has signed an agreement with WellFound Decade Corporation, Jacksonville, Florida, to enable mortgage customers to seamlessly integrate the eMagic portal and their back-end systems.
Our hypothesis is, with minimal federal or other outside funding, a conglomeration of open source developers would be able to produce the ultimate back-end EHR database.
To get its telematics venture off the ground, International chose IBM to orchestrate an end-to-end solution that included tapping telematics infrastructure service provider Wireless Car (Irvine, CA) for information capture and transmission, and setting up back-end servers based on IBM's Websphere architecture.
The product includes predefined modules such as contacts, opportunities, reporting and forecast and integrates with virtually any back-end application, including popular CRM systems such as Siebel, SAP, SalesLogix and custom legacy systems.
Persist was founded last year, and emerged from stealth only this summer with front-end archiving software and a grid-style back-end disk array.
Outsourcing the back-end facilities enables manufacturers to extend their investment dollar in these increasingly crucial areas, and it is often the only way they can remain competitive.
Corechange allows Open Text to offer a portal solution that will enhance both front-end and back-end integration for Livelink.