Eliminating wasteful costs and establishing more efficient methods to deliver product to the shelf are major goals of Efficient Consumer Response. But understanding the true costs of doing business, especially in areas involving indirect and nonvalue-added expenses, and deciding who should pay for them, remain thorny issues. To that end, leading ECR practitioners are now actively embracing the use of activity-based management principles as a solution to these issues. While some critics may ...

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