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About CT Global Solutions
CT Global delivers the knowledge and insight for financial and business success. Since 1991, our financial analytic solutions have helped hundreds of organizations increase profitability and create value. Our domain and industry knowledge and expertise with SAS technology accrue to the benefit of our clients..
Common Cents: How to Succeed with Activity-Based Costing and Activity-Based Management 2nd Edition
by Peter B.B. Turney
Common Cents, Second Edition, reveals how Activity-Based Costing (ABC) and Activity-Based Management (ABM) can help you make the right decisions about customer and product mix, marketing channels, and performance improvement. Originally written and now revised and updated by ABC/ABM pioneer Dr. Peter B.B. Turney, this book walks you through each step of the process, giving you the tools to more accurately identify, assign actual costs to, and report on the elements of each customer, product, or service, increasing your organization's process efficiency and profitability.
When designed and executed correctly, cost information programs alert decision makers about problems to overcome and opportunities to take advantage of. The difficulty is, conventional sources of financial information often do just the opposite--they hide or misrepresent problems, fail to identify opportunities, and lead to solutions that are ineffective and potentially perilous.
Activity Based Costing: The Performance Breakthrough
by Peter B.B. Turney
Activity-based costing is a method of measuring the cost and performance of activities, products and customers. It is increasingly being seen as a more accurate method of costing than conventional costing systems, which are being superseded by the fact that automation means that direct material and labour consumption is now a far less accurate means of apportioning overheads.