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ABC and Decision making

Are managers able to make better decisions through the analysis of indirect cost allocation?

  Rajendra Patil
Consultant, India
 

ABC and Decision Making

Certainly yes.

  Hariom Agrawal
Director, India
 

Indirect Cost

The indirect cost analysis means we are identifying the cost in relation to product. As soon the relation is made it becomes direct cost.

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