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Module 3 SLP ACC 202 Dr. Glenn Tenney
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It is somewhat difficult to pick a situation because Red Cross has so many things going around the world and is hard to pinpoint a specific situation. Although they get their operating funding through several sources, contribution/donations to name one, but their primary source of revenue comes from products and services. These services that are provided consist of Community Services, Health and Safety Services, Biomedical Services, Armed Forces Emergency Services and quite naturally, Disasters Relief. Looking at this organization as a whole and the complexity of its operation, what would be a good starting place to conduct a contribution margin analysis? I would have to say their blood program. Being the single largest supplier of blood they provides an overwhelming amount of blood and blood products to hospitals and people around the world. One mild benefit for Red Cross to conduct a contribution margin analysis if applicable, could be to determine the amount of blood that may be needed in a particular area. Selling blood and blood components is a major part of their revenue.
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This note was uploaded on 10/26/2011 for the course ACC 202 taught by Professor Choi during the Fall '11 term at Trident Technical College.

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