Computerized plant information systems

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Prentice-Hall, 1974 - Computers - 192 pages
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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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Contents

A New Dimension
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The Information System Serves Various Managers
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