product costing

product costing

or

job costing

a cost accounting method which applies to separate contracts, jobs or batches of products. Product costing seeks to determine PRODUCT COST which will include materials, labour and overheads.
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Our product costing software enables us to play a key role in helping companies connect the physical and digital worlds so that they can profitably prepare cost calculations and quotations throughout the entire life cycle," says Alexander M.
FACTON EPC Suite ("EPC" being enterprise product costing) helps companies quickly and accurately assess the effects of their cost decisions.
Accurate and timely product costing information is critically important for companies in planning the optimal utilization of company resources.
The manager of Strategic Marketing Unit Two (SMU2) for Fine Foods, Inc., a provider of branded high quality food products, Smith is unhappy with what she perceives to be unfair and inappropriate product costing for her unit, especially for what Fine Foods considers to be special orders.
24 -- Leading paint manufacturer Asian Paints has implemented Informatica PowerCenter to create an unified product costing system.
Data integration software provider Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq:INFA) announced on Monday that Indian paint manufacturer Asian Paints has implemented Informatica PowerCenter to create a highly available, unified product costing system.
Options include hair and body wash or body spray with each product costing pounds 3.49.
This study, therefore, sought to determine the effect of political maneuverability on the relationship between product costing and profitability of Rivers State-owned companies (RSGOCs).
Joint product costing (JPC) is an integral component of undergraduate and graduate cost and managerial accounting courses.
Coincidentally, that night my friend saw an ad on TV for a new wart-removal product costing EUR18.
Second, variances are discussed a full six chapters after any discussion of product costing (requiring the instructor to review the elements of product costing as a segue to variance analysis).

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