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Activity Based Costing/Management awareness initiative

Rajendra Patil, Pune, India of AppsConsulting

Profile: View Rajendra Patil's profile on LinkedIn A technocrat with 17 years of proven success in ERP Implementation, Business Analysis, Consultancy Assignments in Strategic Cost Management, Profitability Analytics, Performance Management and Business Process Management in conjunction with the enterprise wide BI solutions.

Specialist in Training and Implementing Activity Based Management concept in Manufacturing, Telecom, Banking, Insurance and Retail verticals. Over 17 years on overall experience including 7 years in the current area.

Providing support to the KPO organizations to conceptualize outsourcing services in Activity Based Management. Providing training to build capacity of the team and running the services.

Rajendra Patil is conducting sessions on Activity Based Costing/Management concepts and a product demo tour. This session takes around two hours.

The highlight would be

  • What is ABM?
  • Benefits and Uses of ABM
  • Terminology
  • Building an ABC Model
  • The Power of ABM
  • Reporting ABC Information
  • Implementing an ABM Initiative
  • Requirements for Success
  • Addressing pain areas specific to your industry.
Contact Rajendra Patil:
+91 98226 19986

Readers of the Management Accountant Blog can contact him directly and take an opportunity to discuss on experience on Activity Based Management benefits.

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How you can make most out it
  • Speak to Senior Management in your company and arrange for meeting with for Rajendra Patil to demo. The participants should be a mix accounting background and business. As management accountants you can influence implementation of ABM.
  • Arrange for 2 hour slot in the seminars you are attending for Rajen to speak in the forum. Participants of the seminar will be benefited by interaction.
  • Network with Management Accountants in your area and arrange for venue where Rajen can discuss on ABM.
  • Any other way you think which is most suitable.
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