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Unformatted text preview: A second useful way to characterize a process (by design) is whether the process is made-to-stock or made-to-order. Made-to-order is a process activated only in response to an actual order. Made-to-stock is a process that ends with finished goods in inventory. Customer orders are then served from the inventory. Hybrid processes combine both make-to-order and make-to stock features The final method for categorizing a process (by design) is paced or non-paced. Paced means there is a fixed timing of the movement of itmes through the process....
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- Summer '10