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economy sedan. More practically would be a grocer. Target, or example, offersmany of their food items in a higher quality Archer Farms brand or a moreaffordable Market Pantry brand. They are even introducing a health centeredbrand called Simply Balanced. There is a need for both of them, but highquality products are built for longevity within the companies future.Bryan SonesThread:Brittany Butler Question 12Post:RE: Brittany Butler Question 12Author:Posted Date:February 8, 2016 11:44 PMStatus:PublishedBrittany,I have to also agree with you and the others that quality comes before price. Atthe university I work at we are not the cheapest in our area. We might losesome students that are only looking at the cost of the education and not theeducation they are receiving. The university strives at having over a 95% rateon passing the board test in each program that is necessary in order for thestudents to get their licenses. It sells itself when other universities that arecheaper do not have as high of pass rate. I also think in the end it helps us as auniversity as student retention rate is higher then our competitors and ourLinda Newill
3/6/2016Collection – MBA675­T303 Operations & Logistics in the (...;24/31(Post is Read)student loan default rate is below 5%, which is much lower than the average aswell. This is in part because our students leave with a degree and a license tostart making money in order to repay the loans. As a university thought we mustcontinue to find new and innovative ways to live up to our claim but the pay offis worth much more then if we lowered our price just to get more students inthe doors. If we did that our retention rate would decrease and our loan defaultmight increase.LinThread:Question 5: OutsourcingPost:Question 5: OutsourcingAuthor:Posted Date:February 6, 2016 6:34 PMStatus:Published(Post is Read) 6. What is meant by the term outsourcing? Is outsourcing beneficial or detrimental to a company? Explain. Provide examples supporting your position. Outsourcing is when you obtain goods or services from a source outside of your own company. Many times, this is obtained and/or perceived as obtaining them from a foreign source. A company would not choose to outsource unless they saw the pros out­weigh the cons. However, there are both beneficial and detrimental views attached to the practice. The beneficial aspects could be vast, but typically include a reduction in costs or taking a task out of the company that can be done more effectively or with a higher quality than can be done yourself. The detrimental aspect can be from the views from outsiders on taking business away from those that helped build the company. Also, if its done to cut cost but it affects quality the trade­off can be misjudged.

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