uk Switzerland-based Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has announced that it does not have any plans to halt its Indian back office operations.
What does BOO stand for?
BOO stands for Back Office Operation (various companies)
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We have 24 other meanings of BOO in our Acronym Attic
- Bureau d'appui des Nations Unies pour la consolidation de la paix en République Centrafricaine (United Nations Peace-building Office in the Central African Republic)
- Benefit of Number of Units Sold
- Boiling Nuclear Superheat (reactor type)
- Building Opportunities in the United States (US Department of Energy)
- Business Officers of Nursing Schools
- Best of Namibia Wing Safari
- Biological Oceanography of the North West Shelf (Australian Institute of Marine Science)
- Business on Net Xchange (Germany)
- Bank Of New York
- Interpore International (NASDAQ symbol)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Market opportunities Mobile Technology Helps African Exporters (1/2007) Tunisia's Boom in ICT (1/2007) Small Firms Make the Case for E-trade (3/2003) Back Office Operations (1/2001) E-Trade Opportunities: Are Developing Countries Ready?
Ann Taylor, one of the country's leading women's specialty retailers, has leased approximately 42,000 sf of office space in a 15-year term on the entire second floor and a portion of the first floor for its data center and back office operations.
Answer: Offshore back office operations What began in the 1980s as a relatively modest attempt to save costs through off-shore data processing has matured into a way of doing business that offers significant opportunities for governments and service firms in developing and transitional economies.
We are doing in the 90s for property management back office operations what ADP and other companies did for payroll in the 1980s," comments APA Chairman Michael D.
Study focusing on back office operations (distance delivery of range of non-core service functions), as a way of doing business that offers significant business opportunities for governments and service firms in developing and transitional economies -- explains phenomenon and types of back office operations; how to determine back office operations as a deliberate development strategy; delineates structure for a back office promotional initiative and addresses competitiveness issues; outlines how to attract foreign investors or clients for local suppliers; gives examples of strategies that various countries have used to develop back office capabilities.