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Which of your customers are eroding your profits?

There are two groups of customers in your business: those that contribute positively to profits and those that erode potential profits by failing to cover the costs associated with servicing them. How do you identify which is which? More...


Is it a profit centre or an investment centre?

Your company is planning a new venture and you’ve been tasked with deciding the most appropriate way to measure its performance. Should you be setting up a new cost centre or something else? More...


Cost volume profit analysis

Although you can’t look into a crystal ball to find out exactly how many customers will buy your company’s product, you can undertake cost volume profit analysis to work out how much you have to sell to make a profit. Where do you start? More...


Identifying the unprofitable customers

The only good customer is one that is profitable for the business. So you need to recognise unprofitable customers and weed them out. How should you carry out this customer profitability analysis (CPA)? More...
Last updated: 10.07.2020

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