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Definition Revenue Center. Description.


A Revenue Center is responsible for selling an agreed amount of products or services. Usually its manager is responsible to maximize revenue given the selling price (or quantity) and given the budget for personnel and expenses.


Generally, revenue centers work best if managers know customer demands well and are able to determine the optimum price/quantity combination and product mix. Care must be taken not to allow revenue centers to sacrifice profit for revenue too much.


Typical examples of these organizational entities are Sales organizations.


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