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* 非正式商用英文技術報告 (20) (上)
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|明白寫作 (英文編修訓練) (1 / 12)
1. The number of banks charging their customers ATM user fees are increasing.
2. The majority of the committee feel that the right decision was made.
3. Time as well as temperature are important during the batch process.
4. The professor told the student that he needed to finish early.
|非正式商用英文技術報告 (20) (上)
* 簡要的描述商用方案所關心的事項 。經由一個句子描述商用機構對影響目標工業或客戶有關事項的關心程度。
簡要的描述管理方案所關心的事項 Our working group has become increasingly intrigued with the increasing incidence of overstocked inventory that ties up company funds. 闡明特定部門或客戶所關心的工業環境 Unforeseeable circumstances in the constantly fluctuating business climate necessitate that enterprises adopt effective inventory management practices to strengthen their competitive edge. Inventory stock is often viewed as a somewhat static resource of economic value, with the quality of its management directly impacting company operations. Therefore, an effective stock inventory system is essential in the supply chain of commercial activities. 介紹管理問題 However, while focusing on specific stock inventory systems to achieve the most appropriate design, previous studies have seldom addressed the supplying chain strategy for stock inventory of multiple products and many suppliers. The research directions and research methods in inventory stock policies developed previously widely vary. While some policies emphasize reducing the retailer’s costs, other’s focus on decreasing the producer’s overhead costs. While fierce market competition makes it difficult for a company to assess its current market position, efforts must be made to consider how to effectively manage stock inventory so that both the producer and the retail reap profits. Either simulation or statistical approaches are adopted to establish inventory stock management policies. Simulation requires much time, making it inefficient with questionable results. Statistical approaches can only offer guidelines aimed at simplifying either the inventory stock administrative system or a complex system intended to establish approximate mathematical patterns; such approaches are often difficult to interpret. According to investigations of commercial practices in the United States over the past decade, the oversupply of inventory stock accounts for 20% of the gross domestic product (GDP) in the United States, subsequently tying up an enterprise’s funds. The American Council of Logistics Management Statistics recently indicated that 20% – 30% of revenues generated from sales of different industries is consumed in the interflow of commodities. Suppliers and manufacturers have many unnecessary overhead costs that can be identified through an effective inventory stock administrative system. Maloni and Benton (1997) suggested that instituting inventory management procedures throughout the entire supply chain can significantly reduce overhead costs, simplify the interflow of commodities, increase the sharing of information, and allow each unit in the supply chain to increase economic benefits through efficiency. As short supply or overstocked inventory is a common dilemma in modern business, the inability to enhance stock inventory management practices will exacerbate short supply situations, increase customer dissatisfaction, create bottlenecks on the production line and tarnish an enterprise’s reputation. Correspondingly, overstocked inventory will tie up company funds, subsequently reducing the return rate of investment and the turnover rate of total assets, ultimately lowering the effectiveness of enterprise management.