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the
items
you
purchase
 from
your
food
vendors.
You
have
also
documented
which
ingredients
and
the
specific
amounts
of
those
 ingredients
that
are
used
in
preparing
each
menu
item.

 2
 Task
2
–
Design
measures
that
can
help
with
the
inventory
control
process.
What
potential
issues
might
 these
measures
help
uncover?
 Example
Measures
–

 Students
may
devise
several
measures.
One
good
measure
would
be
to
calculate
an
inventory
variance:
 Beginning
inventory
+
Purchases
–
Ending
inventory
=
Inventory
Used
 Variance
=
Inventory
used
–
expected
inventory
(#
menu
items
sold
X
units
of
ingredients
for
each
menu
 item)
 Patterns
in
or
excessive
variances
may
demonstrate
a
inventory
control
problems
at
the
Broadway
Café
 or
quality
problems
with
the
café’s
vendors.

 Sales
and
Profitability
 You
have
decided
to
track
sales
and
cost
information
on
a
weekly
basis.
It
is
your
hope
that
tracking
this
 information
will
help
you
identify
trends
and
take
corrective
actions
to
maintain
and
improve
the
 profitability
of
the
Broadway
Café.
Weekly
sales
information
will
be
aggregated
from
daily
sales
 information.

 Task
3
–
Determine
specific
costs
that
can
be
tracked
to
help
with
the
profitability
control
process.
What
 potential
issues
might
these
measures
uncover?
 Example
Cost
Measures
–

 Students
will
likely
identify
several
cost
items.
In
this
set
should
be
food
and
labor
costs.
 3
 Part
2
–
Calculation
and
Interpretation
of
Measures
 Inventory
Control
 The
following
table
depicts
the
ingredients
needed
to
...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course ISYS 200 taught by Professor Dean during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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