Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Out of Box

This term is used generally for software packages.
e.g that feature is an out the box feature. This means that it included in the package. There is no special arrangements or extra programming need. The term is sometimes used to communicate that everything needed is in the box (package)

It is a standard feature.

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