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This chapter summarizes the findings, generated conclusions and recommendations based on the analysis of the results of the study on Underscoring the Operations Management of MCX Motor (Phils) Inc to Uphold Filipino Standards in the Motor Industry done by the researchers.
The respondents of the study were composed of thirty-two (32) management people of MCX Motor Inc. located in Bulacan. The study was conducted during the first semester of the school year 2011-2012. The descriptive method was applied by the researchers and designed questionnaires as their primary instrument in gathering data. Preliminary research and unstructured interviews were also conducted to further increase their
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The last share of 12.82% came from the Finance Department. All of the respondents had been with the company from one (1) up to (5) years. 2. Company Perspective
Findings showed that MCX Motor Inc. was a manufacturing company and was already in operation for more than 1 year but not more than 5 years. All the respondents agreed that the most preferred product of the company were motorcycles and that their most common customers were motorcyclists and racers. The company’s most availed form of sale was Credit or Installment sales. 3. Operations Management
With an average mean of 4.57 on Inventory and Material Requirement Planning, 4.60 on Scheduling, and 4.55 on After Sales Services, these findings showed that the respondents strongly agreed with most of the Operations Management that MCX Motor (Phils.) Inc. applies. However, the respondents agreed on two more variables for operations management, Product Research and Development and Quality Management, with an average mean of 4.39 each. 4. Financial Perspectives
With an average mean of 4.54 on Book of Accounts/documents, 4.52 on Accounting System, and 4.55 on Financial Statements and Reporting, these findings showed that the respondents strongly agreed with the financial perspectives of MCX Motor Inc. However, they only agreed with the company’s financial policies and procedures and tax implications, having an average mean of 4.44 and 4.49
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