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the Appendix 15 Simplified model of planning within the limits of the retail trade enterprise


Planning

LOGISTICS

Strategic level (administrative or corporate level)

Support marketing Forecasting in production

Finance

Tactical level (regional or administrative level)

System

Operations

The analysis

The control and the account

The report on level of consumer service Management

Stocks

Management

Warehousing

Support

Transportations

Book keeping and

Crediting

Booking The control logistical seovisa Warranting The account and inventory of stocks Replenishment of stocks Purchases Forwarding Acquisition Reception procedure Support

The automated

The equipment

Preparation of cargo dispatches Registration commodity -

toanspootnmh documents

Automation of the accounting

The account

Automation of accounts with

The client

Account with staff

Tactical level (level of the centres

Distributions)

Functional structure of FOXES


The appendix 17.

Principle of construction of system SEZ (System of the electronic order)


The appendix 18.

The technical project for information department on working out of the program for account of the schedule of deliveries and optimisation of the warehouse rests.

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1. Realisation from the accounting program is exported to the column quantity of marketed products for the certain periods (week, month)

2. The name is introduced to the column the name assortimentnoj groups and the name of production entering into first 300 "hit" items (a rating are defined according to volume of received profit). In the presence of production from one assortimentnoj groups having an identical rating both these items are introduced to the given list

3. In the column the weight is brought weight from 1 to 5, defined according to volume of realisation of given production in relation to total amount of sales. The first 60 items have the weight 5, following 60 items (with 60 to 120) have weight 4 etc.

4. In the column the weight in % is calculated weight in % of each item provided that the sum of all scales makes 100 %. The weight of each assortimentnoj groups in % is calculated also

5. The rest is introduced to the column quantity of production on the rest in a warehouse at the moment of report formation.

6. For interchangeable items - from one assortimentnoj groups and having similar weight - the total rest in a warehouse is introduced to the column the rest total.

7. Realisation time is introduced to the column quantity of days during which the rest of production which is in a warehouse will be realised

8. To the column presence weight are introduced only weight of that production, the rest in which warehouse, will suffice more than for 1 day of realisation (comparison

It is made with srednenedelnoj realisation according to quantity of the realised production introduced to the column realisation)

9. On the basis of total weight assortimentnyh groups settles up total % assortimentnoj stability in a warehouse

10. The commodity expert is introduced to the column a surname of the manager which supervises the given group of production, and in the end of the report is born % of stability of commodity range on each supervising manager. At stability less than 70 % each manager daily receives the fine of 100 roubles in day

The appendix 19.

The factors influencing quality of functioning of a control system.


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A source: Batsanina Irina Aleksandrovna. Improving the competitiveness of enterprises on the basis of improving the organization of distribution logistics. Thesis for the degree of candidate of economic sciences. Moscow - 2005. 2005

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  2. the Appendix 6. Features of sphere of retail trade and their influence nja a competitiveness in branches and competitiveness of retail businesses.
  3. 1. An estimation of competitiveness of retail trade enterprise.
  4. 3.3, Model of quality management of trading services in retail trade
  5. 2.3 Management of competitiveness of retail trade enterprises
  6. Management of competitiveness of retail trade enterprises
  7. 1.1 Place of retail trade in system of economic mutual relations
  8. 1.1 Place of retail trade in system of economic mutual relations
  9. Specificity of management competition in retail trade
  10. regulation of trade by services within the limits of North American association of free trade (NAFTA)
  11. Hierarchical structure of rates of competitiveness of the enterprises of retail trade
  12. 1.1. A modern condition of retail trade and questions of quality of service of the population