A business process is a system that a company uses to achieve a goal. Also, this term can be defined as a sequence of actions that allows you to create a product or service for customers. Managers analyze business processes to determine the usefulness and effectiveness of the process. First of all, the manager analyzes the current process. Management may then decide to make changes to improve the existing process. For example, an improved process can help a company save time, reduce costs, or create a more compelling product.
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The share of income paid in the form of dividends is a way of measuring the share of a company’s profits that is paid out to investors in the form of dividends over a set period (usually within a year), and does not go to the development of the company. In general, old and established companies have higher dividend ratios – their earnings levels have already risen significantly, while companies with lower dividend ratios are young companies with rapidly growing potential. To calculate the proportion of a company’s earnings paid out in dividends over a given period, use either Dividends Paid/Net Income or Annual Dividends Per Share/Net Earnings Per Share, which are equivalent. Continue reading
There are always risks in business, and there are many of them. Some cannot be influenced, for example, if the summer in the region turned out to be dry, agribusiness will not be able to do anything about it: the peas will dry out, the rye will not be born. But there are risks that can and should be influenced – these are financial ones.
Financial risks are all situations in which a company can lose money for various reasons: due to the carelessness of the owner, the dishonesty of the supplier, buyer, or errors in the currency contract. Continue reading