Business Function


A description of work that is performed to accomplish the specific requirements of the organization. Examples of business function include delivering raw materials, paying bills, receiving cash and inventory control.

 Source: BCI/DRJ

A business function is a specific area of business operations, such as finance, marketing, or human resources, that is responsible for achieving a specific set of goals. It is typically composed of a set of activities, processes, and resources that are used to accomplish a particular purpose.