There were 19 males and 31 females present during that period. Without intruding, I watched as these people order their drinks and leave once they got what they wanted. However, I paid close attention to the size and temperature of the drinks as each person would order. My operational definition for drinks purchase size and temperature is the amount of people in the store, time and date. Over the course of the hour, I created a chart to mark the amount of drink
Harriet Knox, Ralph Patton, and Marcia Diamond work for a family physician, Dr. Gwen Conrad, who is in private practice. Dr. Conrad is knowledgeable about office management practices and has segregated the cash receipt duties as follows. Knox opens the mail and prepares a triplicate list of money received. She sends one copy of the list to Patton, the cashier, who deposits the receipts daily in the bank. Diamond, the recordkeeper, receives a copy of the list and posts payments to patients’ accounts.
I believe that there is an implied contract here between McDougal and Krunch. “This type of contract differs from an express contract in that the conduct of the parties, rather than their words, creates and defines at least some of the terms of the contract (Miller & Jentz, 2008, pg. 156).” McDougal’s gesture to Krunch was the conduct that initiates this agreement. The fact that McDougal comes into the store every day and purchases candy every day makes him a regular customer. McDougal’s gesture to Krunch indicates that he was leaving the store with this item and Krunch did not stop him.
Perpetual and Periodic Inventory Systems Examples of companies that use perpetual inventory would be a place like Best Buy or Target, where they constantly keep track of how much inventory is available for sale and the inventory that they have sold. For instance, if they sold fifty televisions in one day and had twenty-five left they would know that immediately just by looking it up in their computer system because it is tracked each time they sell something. This also lets them look at how sales are going for certain items, and if they feel they are going to quickly run out of an item they will order more. And if they purchased twenty laptops they would instantly be put into the computer system and they would be able to see that they have them in stock even if they weren’t out on the sales floor. The perpetual inventory system constantly updates accounting records for merchandising actions, mainly inventory quantity and availability.
7) Receipt paper, pens, and other supplies are need with the reopening of the new store and with operations, cash is reduced. 8) Utility bills such as electricity, water, and phone are needed for the reopening and the daily operations of the store, cash is reduced. 2. Set up a ledger account (in T account form) for
I used to work at this particular store, so I spoke to all of the employees and the manager about my social experiment so that I wouldn’t get in too much trouble. There were people of all different ages and purposes, so I decided I would try my experiment a few times in order to get more conclusive results. I walked around like a normal shopper, grabbed a few things, and when I got to checkout, I picked a line and stood in front of the last person (so as not to tic too many people off), and nonchalantly stood there until they said something. Most people responded like I would have. They said things like
3. Some practices of the cafeteria are somewhat unusual. Most cafeterias usually collect payment before letting the customer leave the line and go to their tables to eat, and the cafeteria in this case completely reversed this practice. Giving the customer the receipt and asking the customer to
Technology allows businesses to deliver goods and services whenever and wherever the customer wants them. You can order books and clothes, arrange a home mortgage loan, and buy music or a car online, anytime you choose. (Nickels, 2013). We can look at the operational activities of a bank as an example of how technology has changed the relationships we have with certain businesses. In the past, the customer had to depend on the working hours of their bank in order to conduct several different transactions including, but not limited to, depositing checks, withdrawing funds, transferring money, or even opening an account.
Process | Description | Paper/Electronic & How | Sign on | Any employee can sign on cash registers using: 1. Valid employee ID | Electronic, logged in the system | Product is scanned | Sales clerk scans each bar code on the price tag of the product (or can manually enter if multiple identical products are purchased) | Electronic, uses scanner to update the system | Cash register reads scanned item and calculates | Cash register calculates: 1. Product code 2. Correct unit price 3. Total price 4.
Clearly these shoes are not comfortable, but they look so nice and that is what counts. MSS shoes and accessories will be purchase through sales of sizes, colors, and styles to fit for all customers base. MBSS can receive a customer’s needed size within two days rush over night shopping is available at additional cost. All merchandise will be purchased according to the company’s mission and customer focus of the shoes ranging from sizes 5 to 13 and accessories. Management will rely on customer’s feedback, suggestions, and sales reports to introduce or eliminate certain brands, styles, and sizes.