An accumulation (of tasks or of materials) that were not performed or processed at the normal time and require attention; as, unexpected demand led to a large backlog of unfilled orders; politically motivated delays led to a large backlog of unconfirmed judicial appointments.
Sales orders which have not yet been processed.
All customer orders received but not yet shipped. Sometimes referred to as "open orders."
an accumulation of jobs not done or materials not processed that are yet to be dealt with (especially unfilled customer orders for products or services)
accumulate and create a backlog
orders that have not yet been shipped
Reserve of orders to be manufactured
orders for goods and services that have been received, but not yet delivered or rendered.
Unfilled customer orders for products and product services (12 months for product services).
Unfilled orders for goods and (or) services that a company has not delivered or rendered to its customer.
The amount of a company's unfilled orders at the end of the year. When the company fills the orders the following year, it records the revenue on the statement of earnings. Frequently, a company will give its perspective on backlog in the management discussion section in the annual report.
1. The quantity of goods still to be delivered, received, produced, issued, etc., for which the planned or agreed date has expired. 2. The total number of customer orders which have been received but not yet been shipped.