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New Features of Shoebooks Online Accounting Software

24th October 2012
Looking for online accounting software to help in managing your SME business? Look no further as bookkeeping and accounting software has never been made better with Shoebooks. Shoebooks, Australia’s leading provider of web based bookkeeping and account... Read >
Author: Kevin Jeffersons

Workforce & Expense Management Supports LEAN Manufacturing Initiatives: Applying LEAN Manufacturing

02nd February 2012
Today’s successful manufacturing organizations need to be agile and alert. Finding creative and efficient ways to control costs and meet budget requirements means process improvements that address changing business needs while being responsive to ma... Read >
Author: SumTotal

SFS

09th January 2012
The Stanley Fulfillment System (SFS) is a Transformational Lean™ proprietary methodology used by Stanley Black & Decker to reduce waste, minimize inventory, and improve quality through manufacturing and transactional projects and activities, which maximiz... Read >
Author: Scott A. Neal, LCB

Using Balanced Scorecard to Develop Key Performance Indicators

05th May 2011
Balanced Scorecard was first proposed by Dr. Kaplan and Norton in 1992 and has since evolved into a strategic planning tool. Many big corporations around the world have adopted the Balanced Scorecard in its full scale operation. Incidentally, Strategy Map... Read >
Author: PMane

Benefits of Merchant Cash Advance and Merchant Funding to Business

23rd February 2011
Merchant advances do not oblige you to pay upfront costs such as application fees and some sorts of closing costs. It features a repayment that is more flexible. Typical bank loans strictly need you to repay them a fixed amount monthly. Merchant funding l... Read >
Author: global

What Is The Difference Between Dashboard And Reporting Tools?

10th May 2010
When it comes to dashboard and reporting tools, there is a major difference and you will want to understand what it is. It's useful to understand that traditional reporting tools typically just generate columns of numbers and statistics, and while they ca... Read >
Author: Gen Wright

There Is No Age Limit For Orthodontics

22nd March 2010
More and more adults are trying to get their smile as perfect as possible. Recent studies show that out of every four orthodontic patients, one is an adult. No matter the age, orthodontic treatment can be a smart option to better yourself. Whether you... Read >
Author: Edward Simmons

How to Audit Your Sales Force

08th September 2009
The sales force audit is a procedure for diagnosing a sales organisation. It shows management the weak points and areas for development to improve business performance. A good sales management training course covers the keys aspects of how to conduct an a... Read >
Author: Richard Stone

The Benefits of Forecasting in the Market Place

29th May 2009
The method of estimation in unknown business situations, or forecasting, is a beneficial way of securing the best possible knowledge of what might happen in the market place. We might also refer to this as prediction, however, that is less specific and mo... Read >
Author: Lorraine

Solving the Persistent Problem of Shrink

08th May 2009
In 2007, US retailers experienced approximately $40 billion in shrink. For an industry where company margins typically hover between 1% and 2%, shrink remains a critical opportunity to enhance company performance and improve the bottom line. While most re... Read >
Author: Suzanne Long

The main components of Quality Management

12th September 2008
Quality Management The implementation, design, and development of a service or product forms part of a method called quality management. This method (quality management) ensures that all the activities necessary (implementation, design, development) a... Read >
Author: Anton Wilson

Management titles in business

22nd August 2005
Management is both art and science. It is the art of making people more effective than they would have been without you. The science is in how you do that. There are four basic pillars: plan, organize, direct, and monitor. Managers may direct workers... Read >
Author: Theodora Borissova
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