Scheduled maintenance: Thursday, December 8 from 5PM to 6PM PST
hello quizlet
Home
Subjects
Expert solutions
Create
Study sets, textbooks, questions
Log in
Sign up
Upgrade to remove ads
Only $35.99/year
Math
Quiz Questions Ch 1-5
Flashcards
Learn
Test
Match
Flashcards
Learn
Test
Match
Terms in this set (15)
Demand forecasting is not considered to be a logistics-related activity.
False
Physical distribution is synonymous with materials management.
False
Logistics clearly contributes to time and form utility.
False
The most significant contribution that the logistics channel makes to the overall channel process is the sorting function.
True
Logistics offers many companies an important route for creating marketing superiority.
True
The sorting function takes place between retailers and the consumer.
False
Market demassification suggests that an ever-increasing number of market segments have distinct preferences.
True
All of the following statements about logistics information systems are true, except:
1) "timely" can refer to the up-to-date status of information
2) internal sources of logistics information are relatively plentiful
3) "timely" can refer to how quickly a manager receives requested information
4) a LIS must be concerned with the nature and quality of data
5) all of the above are true
Internal sources of logistics information are relatively plentiful
Office automation systems provide effective ways to process personal and organizational business data, to perform calculations, and to create documents.
True
Which of the following is not a potential benefit of transportation management systems?
1) Fewer stockouts
2) Reduced fuel consumption
3) Decreased empty vehicle miles
4) Reduced transportation expenditures
5) All of the above are benefits
Fewer Stockouts
Information technology should be regarded as a tool to help managers address organizational problems.
True
In recent years, ERP vendors have begun to provide high-quality application-specific logistical capabilities.
True
____ create and maintain consistent data processing methods and an integrated database across multiple business functions.
1) Logistics information systems
2) Enterprise systems
3) Decision support systems
4) Transaction processing systems
Enterprise Systems
____ provide effective ways to process organizational business data, to perform calculations, and to create documents.
1) Enterprise resource planning systems
2) Transaction processing systems
3) Decision support systems
4) Office automation systems
Office Automation Systems
Which of the following is not a type of benefits that comes from electronic procurement?
1) Transactional benefits
2) Management information benefits
3) Compliance benefits
Correct Answer
4) Production benefits
5) All of the above are benefits
Production Benefits
Students also viewed
Logistics Test 1 T/F
40 terms
Logistics ch 2
35 terms
Chapter 1 - TB
31 terms
intro to logistics chapter 2
35 terms
Sets found in the same folder
Chapter 1 - TB
31 terms
intro to logistics chapter 2
35 terms
Logistics Exam Ch 1 - 5
120 terms
Logistics ch 2
35 terms
Other sets by this creator
Strategic Warehouse Final
107 terms
Distribution Systems Final
99 terms
Strategic Warehouse MGT 2
46 terms
Strategic Warehouse MGT 1
45 terms
Verified questions
linear algebra
Use the standard matrix for the linear transformation T to find the image of the vector v. $T(x, y)=(x-3 y, 2 x+y, y), \ \mathbf{v}=(-2,4)$
algebra
Determine whether the graph of $x^{2}+y^{2}=16$ is symmetric with respect to the x-axis, the y-axis, the line y = x, or the line $y=-x$.
algebra
Match the terms with the definitions. Some terms may not be used. a. alternative dispute resolution (ADR) b. arbitration c. binding arbitration d. class-action lawsuit e. disputing a charge f. mediation g. negotiation h. small claims court i. unfair labor practice (ULP) __ A court of limited jurisdiction that decides small matters quickly with minimum cost
calculus
Select one: Multiplying both sides of a linear equation by a nonzero constant results in a linear equation whose graph is (A) parallel to, (B) the same as, (C) not always parallel to, (D) not the same as the graph of the original equation.
Recommended textbook solutions
Numerical Analysis
9th Edition
J. Douglas Faires, Richard L. Burden
873 solutions
Elementary Differential Geometry
2nd Edition
Barrett O'Neill
297 solutions
Elementary Number Theory
7th Edition
David Burton
776 solutions
Book of Proof
2nd Edition
Richard Hammack
340 solutions
Other Quizlet sets
Busi 403 Midterm 2
35 terms
Supply Chain Exam 1
43 terms
Exam 1
15 terms