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  2. SharePoint - Wikipedia

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    SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates natively with Microsoft Office.Launched in 2001, SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and its usage varies substantially among organizations.

  3. Category:Office supply companies - Wikipedia

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    Office supply companies of the United States‎ (3 C, 19 P) Pages in category "Office supply companies" The following 6 pages are in this category, out of 6 total.

  4. New India Assurance - Wikipedia

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    The company, with its registered Head office in Mumbai, has about 31 regional offices, 6 Large Corporate Offices, 447 Divisional Offices, 578 Branches, 27 Direct Agent Branches and 1,239 Micro Offices, Elmo Auto hub, 2 centralised legal hubs totaling 2329 offices. The company operates in 28 countries as of 2015-16.

  5. Minnesota Office of Higher Education - Wikipedia

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    In contrast to many other states, the Minnesota Office of Higher Education primarily functions as a policy and coordination role between the state's public, private non-profit and for-profit colleges and universities. It is the designated state higher education executive office or SHEEO organization.

  6. Zoho Corporation - Wikipedia

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    Zoho Corporation is an Indian multinational technology company that makes web-based business tools. It is best known for the online office suite offering Zoho Office Suite.The company was founded in 1996 by Sridhar Vembu and Tony Thomas and has a presence in seven locations with its global headquarters in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, and corporate headquarters outside of Austin in Del Valle, Texas.

  7. Back office - Wikipedia

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    A back office in most corporations is where work that supports front office work is done. The front office is the "face" of the company and is all the resources of the company that are used to make sales and interact with customers and clients. The back office is all the resources of the company that are devoted to actually producing a product ...

  8. Front office - Wikipedia

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    Front office staff need to use different skills on technologies too, such as using the printers, fax machines and phone. This is the reason why training is needed before the staffs start to work, although some might only be simple tasks.

  9. Microsoft Office 95 - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Office 95 (version 7.0), also known as Microsoft Office for Windows 95, is a major release of Microsoft Office which was released on August 24, 1995, shortly after the completion of Windows 95. It was the successor to Office 4.3 and was the first 32-bit version of Microsoft Office.