Gaining and sustaining competitive advantage with activity based cost management system

@article{Beheshti2004GainingAS,
  title={Gaining and sustaining competitive advantage with activity based cost management system},
  author={Hooshang M. Beheshti},
  journal={Industrial Management and Data Systems},
  year={2004},
  volume={104},
  pages={377-383}
}
In the era of competitive global environment and technologybased organizations managers are, more than ever, pressured to find ways to maintain their competitive advantage. In order to achieve and sustain a competitive advantage, managers must examine the internal processes of their companies. The firm produces products or provide services by performing a set of activities that create value. Increasing the value of these activities can increase the competitive advantage of a firm. There are… CONTINUE READING

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