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Pretend you are a buyer for Wal-Mart for a product of your choice. You have a potential new supplier for your product. What are the key considerations in deciding whether or not to use the supplier?
Weegy: The key points are 1. Is it cheaper to buy from that new provider? 2. Does it match the requirements you are looking for? 3. Is it a reliable provider? (More)
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Weegy: Also known as a supply chain manager, a supply manager is a professional that oversees the process of locating and securing materials needed in order to keep a business functioning. [ In order to accomplish this goal, the manager is usually involved in the selection of vendors, setting guidelines for ordering and distribution of materials, and managing the process that is used for that distribution. Often, a manager seeks to understand the flow of supply and demand within the company and adjust the ordering and distribution process accordingly. Supply chain management normally seeks to manage the acquisition and most efficient use of materials, so that the company benefits from steady production without the need to maintain high inventories that are subject to taxes. For this reason, the supply manager will often develop purchasing procedures that are based on the rate of usage of acquired materials during a given production period. This helps the manager to know when to reorder any of the materials needed so they arrive in time to maintain the rate of production, but not so far in advance that they create a tax liability for the business. ] (More)
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Functionalists note that education has replaced some traditional family functions. (Points : 2) True False
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Functionalists note that education has replaced some traditional family functions. TRUE.
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