each item in the hierarchy of the model including categories, sub-categories, and criteria
a means to view the current financial situation of a company. They may include financial statements, daily tracking of sales, or accounts receiveable balances.
a scheduling methodology where the amount of work assigned to a group center is such that no work center exceeds its capacity.
fixed amount price change
shows the affect of a price change on an item when a specified amount is added or reduced
manages depreciation and other costs associated with tangible assets such as buildings, property and equipment
an expenditure that does not vary with production volume e.g., rent, property tax etc.
fixed pick time
a specific time when product is taken from the warehouse
a type of manufacturing where production is done at a particular rate, in a continuous, uninterupted manner.
describes the positive sales lift of a product that results from promoting another product
a form issued by the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which is used in the US income tax system
fourth-generation language (4GL) is a high-level language used for data access and complex data manipulatoin
free goods discounting
in retail, this refers to any free items that are given away with purchase (freebies)
a carrier's invoice for the transportation charges applicable to a freight shipment
a standard cost that is calculated at the beginning of each year and then is used for valuation purposes throughout the year