In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1feminine trastiendamasculine back office(operations/personnel) de back office
- Once oral agreement is reached the ' back office ' of a bank ensures that a prompt confirmation is dispatched to the other bank.
- For the optimal performance of health systems in Africa, all the key components of the back office must function together.
- Workflows are now available that cross the back offices of multiple trading partners within a supply chain.
- Only after the SLK incident did Mr Bax cause Mr Jones to take over responsibility for the back office.
- Chan had worked on the frontline for two years before being promoted to the back office where he managed operations and personnel arrangements.
- Undeterred, Diller is sticking to his plans and seems willing to run the back office for now.
- But in recent years more decisions have been delegated to planners in the back office, until 43 per cent are done that way.
- Global cash management has been outsourced to Deutsche Bank, trade finance to ABN and Goodbody's back office is to be outsourced to Pershing Securities.
- What processes can we implement to improve our systems both in the front and the back office?
- Sure, their reception area is always pretty nice, but they never spend any money on the back offices where all the work is done.
- More difficult is forging a business relationship with a DBS provider and creating the back office to handle the billing.
- You can be front office or back office or both.
- The décor reminds me of a back office of a five star hotel.
- For the next 41 years, it is run out of a back office of PGA headquarters in Florida.
- Normally the back office acts as a check upon fraud and misconduct as it processes the paperwork associated with trading.
- The back offices of several global companies are also increasingly being run on this alternative operating system.
- He ascertained that Mr Leeson was the key man and controlled both the front and the back office.
- Already many big banks have moved large parts of their back offices here.
- I'm definitely not the sort of bloke who can work away in a back office.
- Waste exists beyond the factory floor - in the supply chain, back office, sales and marketing.
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