By Enver Yücesan
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Finance professionals have been proposing various such metrics. 2 For a company to create value, it is necessary for that company to cover not only its operating expenses, but also its capital charges. In other words, a company has to generate EP, which is defined as: Net sales - Operating expenses = Operating profit (EBIT) - Taxes on EBIT = NOPAT - Capital charges (Invested capital * WACC) = EP or EVA® where WACC is the weighted average cost of capital for the firm. EP, also referred to as EVA (economic value added), forms the basis of VBM.
1 Mid-Range Copiers and Systems High-End Complex Products Xerox's European distribution network in 1990s. the digital copier was integrated into the local area network in an office, the customer was no longer a maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) procurement officer, but the information technology (IT) specialist. In short, a new supply chain solution had become necessary. Book publishing is another industry that has experienced a similar transformation - though at a slower pace of change or clockspeed.
On the one hand, FNAC's marketing strategy is strongly anchored on the wide portfolio of cultural products it offers to its customers. On the other hand, FNAC operates stores in urban locations 43 44 Competitive Supply Chains where real estate is extremely expensive, necessitating the efficient use of every square meter. This, in turn, puts a tight constraint on the amount of inventory each retail outlet can hold. In guiding its decisions on store assortment, the retailer must therefore carefully assess the consequences of satisfying the following four business criteria: 1.
Competitive Supply Chains: A Value-Based Management Perspective by Enver Yücesan