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    [pic] Comsats Institute of information Technology Lahore Campus Financial and Managerial Accounting Final Project Inventory Management In Pharmacy Submitted To: Farhan Ahmed By Group “A” MBA 3.5 Years Muhammad Bilal Ifran Mustafa Awais saeed Faisal Arman Hafiz Muhammad Akram Muhammad Ismail In the name of Allah, The Beneficent, The Merciful Dedication We dedicate this project to our teacher (Farhan Ahmed). Without their patience, guidance, understanding, support, and most of all love

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    Macy’s Inventory Management Summery: Tying up too much capital in products that are not in demand could be a fatal mistake for struggling small businesses. Moreover, Inventory management can mean the difference between success and failure for some companies. According to the New York Times article, Macy’s was able to post a profit last quarter thanks in large part to improvements it made to its inventory management system. In spite of the unstable economic conditions and the huge competition

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    Costco’s inventory management strategy focuses on three main points: (a) point-of-sales system (POS), (b) vendor managed inventory and (c) low volume of stock keeping units. Costco takes aid from innovative inventory system that provides real time inventory information called Collaborative Retail Exchange (CRX). The system monitors and re-orders at the optimum inventory as part of the continuous re-order system. The CRX system analyses the sales for the previous weeks and inventory level which acts

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    Generally, most of the inventory costs are not always fixed due to uncertainty of competitive market. In the existing literature, it is found that several researchers have worked on uncertainty considering inventory parameters as fuzzy valued. In this work, we have represented the inventory parameters as interval. Using this concept, we have developed a two warehouse inventory model with advanced payment, partial backlogged shortage. Due to uncertainty, this problem cannot be solved by existing direct/indirect

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    An Overview of Inventory Management Lijuan Wei Abstract —There are some complex and compelling challenges that global manufacturing industries should face, which includes price fluctuation, supply-chain inefficiencies and increasing customer expectations. In order to meet the demand of this economic environment, manufacturers need to find innovative, smarter ways to face those challenges. Thus, the efficient inventory management becomes urgent to manufacturers and it could help improve profitability

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    A COMPUTER-AIDED INVENTORY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM – PART 2 11 A computer-aided inventory management system – part 2: inventory level control C.Y.D. Liu and Keith Ridgway Reviews inventory policies and lot-sizing techniques in a cutting tool manufacturer Introduction In part 1 of this article[1] the design and development of a computer-aided inventory management system (CAIMS) was described. The CAIMS system was developed for a cutting tool manufacturer, PRESTO Tools Ltd, Sheffield, with the objectives

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    an inventory management philosophy that aims to reduce inventories by implementing systems and processes to supply a product or service exactly when it is needed, and how it is needed in the production process. The concept of JIT is widely accepted today by many American manufacturing companies, and it is a means of controlling costs through striving to maintain lean inventories—in fact, the concept of JIT was introduced in the early 1980’s to the U.S. as a concept know as “zero inventories”. This

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    Gregory Long MG 5063 (Inventory Control & Management) The Different Types of Inventories/ Stocks Dr. Janice Spangenburg July 7, 2016   Introduction There are several different types of inventory or stock and many different ways that these inventories can be classified. Some of those types of stock include cycle, safety, in-transit, promotional, demonstration, retail backroom, replenished retail shelf, seasonal, replenished multiple location impulse, raw material, work in process, finished

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    Starbucks Inventory Management: In the inventories section, they are directed at the lower of cost (primarily moving average cost) or market. Starbucks records inventory reserves for obsolete and slow-moving inventory and for estimated shrinkage between physical inventory counts. According to trends, inventory reserves are based on inventory obsolescence, historical experience and application of the specific identification method. As of September 27, 2015 and September 28, 2014, inventory reserves

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    Project Number: MQP‐JZ‐1234 GE Aviation Inventory Management A Major Qualifying Project submitted  to the faculty of Worcester    Polytechnic Institute in partial    fulfillment of the requirements for the    Degree of Bachelor of Science.        Submitted by:    Danielle Fontaine    Kimberly Martilla    Lauren Russell  Dr. Joe Zhu, Faculty Advisor  In Cooperation With:     Project Liaison:  John G. Pantazopoulos  Materials Manager, GEAE‐Lynn

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