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1. Designing new models. Cost driver: The number of new models designed; the length of time to design the new models. 2. Purchasing raw materials and parts. Cost driver: The time to purchase raw materials and parts. 3. Receiving and inspecting raw materials and parts. Cost driver: The length of time to receive and inspect raw materials and parts 4. Storing and managing inventory. Cost driver: The length of time to store and manage inventory; the number of inventory to store and manage 5. Interviewing and hiring new personnel. Cost driver: The length of time to interview and hire new personnel; the number of new personnel to interview and hire 6. Machine forming sheet steel into appliance parts. Cost driver: The length of time for the machine to form sheet steel into appliance parts; the number of sheet steel to form into appliance parts 7. Manually assembling parts into appliances. Cost driver: The length of time to assemble parts into appliances; the number of parts to assemble into appliances 8. Maintaining and repairing machinery and equipment. Cost driver: The length of time to maintain and repair machinery and equipment 9. Insuring all tangible fixed assets: Cost driver: The length of time to prepare revenue billed 10. Supervising production: Cost driver: the number of employees, and the number of direct labor hours 11. Training all employees of the company: Cost driver: the number of direct professional hours 12. Painting and packaging finished appliances. Cost driver: The number of appliances ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2008 for the course ACC 349 taught by Professor Christie during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.
- Spring '08