This text provides a presentation of how to use financial information to manage costs. It explains how the financial processes of an organization are interrelated, and interprets these processes in the context of the firm's strategic objectives and long-term goals.This type of service organization resembles a discrete manufacturer or job shop operation. Some examples are auto repair shops and computer repair services. ... service shops, such as equipment installation and repair, and others with the characteristics of professional services, such as software service and support. ... There are two major types of product costing systems: job order and process costing.
|Title||:||The Cost Management Toolbox|
|Publisher||:||AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn - 2000-01|