(User) Opposite of Records Administrator user. Typically, a user of the host application, MS Office desktop applications, email, etc. A creator of electronic records, and a contributor to the collection of e-Records via the declare/classify process. A Records manager user is also an end user, but an end user is not a Records Manager user.
A person at a terminal, a device, or a program running in a processor that interacts with the network to obtain a service provided by the network. An end user is the source and destination of application data flowing through the network.
Any customer of a telecommunications service that is not a carrier, except for the following exceptions: A carrier other than a telephone service provider is considered to be an "end user," when the carrier uses a telecommunications service for administrative purposes. A person or entity that offers telecommunications services exclusively as a Reseller is considered to be an "end user" if all resale transmissions offered by the reseller originate on the premises of the reseller.
A person who uses (but does not necessarily pay for) products and services, e.g. a person called by a paying customer. Users are usually people, but could also be computers, objects, switches or other types of computer systems or communication equipment.
A person who uses a distributed application, often through a graphical user interface, such as an Internet browser or mobile device GUI. the number of concurrent end users supported by an application is an important determinant of the deployment architecture of the application.
Individuals who will directly depend on and use information contained in the new system. End users will use OMNI for data entry, viewing sets of information, running reports, managing business processes, etc.
The ultimate consumer of a product, especially the one for whom the product has been designed. End-users for a patient management application include physicians, nurses, epidemiologists, outreach workers and health care providers.
Any single entity or individual who buys directly from Repacorp label Products with the sole purpose of using those products and services. End users are not authorized to resell products or services purchased from Repacorp Label Products.
End users are the front-line people in the government. They generally know what their requirements and specifications are for a particular product, and communicate these requirements to official buyers. End users may even express a preference for a particular model or brand or vendor. In micro purchases, the end user may actually be the buyer.
A user of an application program. Typically, the term means that the person is not a computer programmer. A person who uses a computer as part of their daily life or daily work, but is not interested in computers per se.
the primary target user of a system, usually assumed to be the least computer-savvy among users. The system administrator, for instance, would be considered a valid user of the software, but wouldn't generally be considered the end user except for system administration software.