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back office

Translation of back office in Spanish:

noun

  • (of shop)
    (of stock exchange)
    back office (masculine)
    (procesamiento administrativo y contable generado por la confirmación de una operación bursátil)
    (before noun) (operations/personnel)
    de back office
    Example sentences
    • I'm definitely not the sort of bloke who can work away in a back office.
    • Already many big banks have moved large parts of their back offices here.
    • For the optimal performance of health systems in Africa, all the key components of the back office must function together.

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