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Front office

Refers to revenue generating sales personnel in a brokerage, insurance, or other financial services operation.

Front Office

The sales and corporate finance offices of a financial services company. The front office departments deal with customers, provide services, and are generally responsible for the production of revenue for the company. See also: Back office, Middle office.
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Table 3: Asia-Pacific front office trading and market data technology spend
NaviSys Front Office is part of NaviSys Enterprise Platform(TM), which enables rapid product introduction and straight-through processing of insurance.
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According to Bruce Cameron, senior vice president, North American sales, Pivotal, "Being selected among the hottest products available to homebuilders is especially rewarding because it is recognition of both our strong momentum in the homebuilding industry and the results our customers are achieving using Pivotal Homebuilder Front Office.
Net, ADERANT Back Office, ADERANT Executive Office, ADERANT Front Office, Keystone and all ADERANT product logos are trademarks of ADERANT Holdings, Inc.
The solution's contact management functionality provides firms with a central repository for all client contact information, eliminating duplicate entries and the need to synchronize data between back and front office systems.
With two of the top six largest homebuilders in the United States as customers, Pivotal Homebuilder Front Office is considered the CRM system of choice by America's top homebuilders.
Net practice management solution, the firm decided to evaluate the company's newly available solution, ADERANT Front Office CRM.
This integration pairs the top vendors in the two areas of enterprise staffing software: Bond Adapt for front office, and PeopleSoft for back office," says Tim Alley, Chief Applications Trainer at Apex Systems, which has been using Adapt since 2000 and PeopleSoft for Staffing Back Office since 2003.