A front-end application is one that directly interacts with people or users. Marketing researchers often use a database as a front-end to a statistical analysis program. The researchers enter the results of market questionnaires or surveys into a database. The data is then transferred to a statistical analysis program to determine the potential for a new product or the effectiveness of an advertising campaign. A back-end application interacts with other programs or applications; it only indirectly interacts with people or users. When people request information from a Web site on the internet, the Web site can interact with a database (the back end) that supplies the desired information. For example, you can connect to a university Web site to find out whether the university's library has a book you want to read. The Web site then interacts with a database that contains a catalog of library books and articles to determine whether the book you want is available. Reference: Reynolds/Stair. (2006). Fundamentals of Information Systems, 3e. p. 115
problem of office automation system
office automation is the transferring of data from one computer to another...........
Don Tapscott has written: 'Office automation' -- subject(s): Office practice, Automation
Office automation has eliminated and will continue to eliminate jobs. It adds more machines than people and can discourage competition for advancement.
Automation lets you use the capabilities and features of Microsoft Office products.
Knowledge work systems and office automation systems serve the information needs at the knowledge level of the organization. , where as office automation systems primary aid data workers (although they are also used extensively by knowledge workers)
Interacting with your question is frontend of answer platform or the frontend of a software program or website is everything with which the user interacts.
Office automation is the various computer hardware and software required to electronically create, organize and store office information. It includes operating system software, keyboards, mice and printers.
Jean Cadieux has written: 'Implementation of office automation in a target group' -- subject(s): Case studies, Office practice, Automation
Alexia Martin has written: 'Office automation, issues and strategies' -- subject(s): Automation, Electronic data processing, Office practice
Charles M. Ray has written: 'Office automation' -- subject(s): Office practice, Automation 'Instructor's manual to accompany Supervision'
Juliet Webster has written: 'Office automation' -- subject(s): Women, Employment, Automation
data exchange data management
Office automation applications are commonly used to handle various things automatically. The most common application is the auto-responder which responds to emails as per the settings.
tages and disadvantages by using the building automation system in ontrol and monitoring tages and disadvantages by using the building automation system in ontrol and monitoring
Harold T. Smith has written: 'The office revolution' -- subject(s): Automation, Effect of technological innovations on, Office management, Office practice, White collar workers 'The Administrative manager' -- subject(s): Automation, Office management, Office practice
An example of an office automation system is the time card system. One employees clock in, the system automatically calculates their pay based on the number of hours they work.
yes you can see it
cash clerk mail clerk office automation assistant
Elaine Cohen has written: 'Planning the electronic office' -- subject(s): Automation, Office layout, Office practice
No. They are 2 different units.
Shirley A. Waterhouse has written: 'Office automation and word processing fundamentals' -- subject(s): Automation, Office practice, Word processing 'Word processing fundamentals' -- subject(s): Word processing