Introduces the relationship between two important business functions: management accounting and supply chain management, and its strategic importance as an enhancer of an organization's financial performance.Available to pre-order from 3rd September 2017
Supply Chain Management Accounting introduces the relationship between two important business functions: management accounting and supply chain management. The author presents a wide range of approaches and shares his ground-breaking research findings.
Supply Chain Management Accounting covers profitability, liquidity and asset utilisation, product costing, activity based costing, investment appraisal, supply chain finance, customer profitability analysis, budgeting, sales and operations planning. It enables practitioners, academics and students to gain greater insight into this relationship and to use it to enhance their organization's financial performance.
Simon Templar is a qualified accountant with 20 years industry experience as well as a lecturer on supply chain and procurement MScs in Cranfield and Plymouth. Simon is a founding member of the Supply Chain Finance Community, a not-for-profit association, which aims to share best practice and new research in an open, collaborative environment.