End-user computing refers to computer systems and platforms in which non-programmers can create working computer applications. Examples of end-user computing applications include spreadsheets, MATLAB, Python, PowerPoint, Word, and Microsoft Access.
The term End-User Computing or EUC is often referred to by using slightly different acronyms. For example, some firms refer to a EUC as a Business-Critical User Applications (BCUA), End-User Computing Application (EUDA), End-User Developed Application (EUDA), or User-Developed Application (UDA). All these different terms used to describe an end-user computing application essentially refers to the same thing and can be used interchangeably.
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