In computers, a suite is a set of usually related programs sold together in a single package.
In software development, technical debt is a metaphor equating Extreme Programming’s incremental, get-something-started approach with the easy acquisition of money through fast loans. Like monetary debt, technical debt must be repaid.
In computer software, a user exit is a place in a software program where a customer can arrange for their own tailor-made program to be called.
A vendor management system (VMS) is an enterprise software platform that allows companies to control the process of procuring and managing a flexible workforce, including temporary employees, statement-of-work (SOW) employees, and freelance or contract employees.
WGate (for Web gateway) is one of two major components of the Internet Transaction Server (ITS) from SAP, the software company that provides a popular set of programs for managing a large enterprise.
In a computer user interface, a workplace is a personalized view of a company and its processes that builds on the popular desktop metaphor.