Computerized plant information systems
The total information system: increasing profits through data base management; Cost-conscious production management: implementing systematic cost controls; Structuring the data base the profitable data collection and reporting; Structuring the data base for profitable data collection and reporting; Computer system development: harnessing the power of the computer; Slashing costs through computerized accounting and financial use of stored data; Slashing costs through computerized accounting and nonfinancial use of stored data; Using departmental budgeting and costs reporting as tools for expense control; How to have more realistic product costing and improve profits; Streamlining management accounting through analysis of data; Streamlining management accounting through analysis of data; Plant management use of total information; Inventory valuation and control: getting full value from the inventory investment; practical techniques for efficient control and scheduling of production; Optimizing profits via a management cost information system; Helping managers use the system as a continuing vehicle for new streams of profit; Improved profitability through improved information.
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A New Dimension
The Information System Serves Various Managers
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A/C A/C A/C AANN accounting department accounting system analysis basis beneﬁt better block budget chart chart of accounts Computerized Plant Information corrective action cost accounting cost center cost standards customer order data bank data center data processing data processing technicians demand developed difﬁcult efﬁciency elements of expense entry equipment ﬁgures ﬁnancial ﬁnished materials ﬁrst I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I input journal voucher labor ledger management by objectives management information system management’s month monthly N N N operating managers planning Plant Information System plant management prepared product costing production management production scheduling proﬁtable decisions project team provides raw material recording reduced reporting system responsibility savings shipments shown in illustration signiﬁcant speciﬁc storage sufﬁcient total information system total plant information trial balance Unit record equipment