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Where raw materials are an important cost, the purchasing officer may work in the production function. In any event, the purchasing officer must liaise with the finance department, especially with regard to payment of payables. The purchasing manager's responsibilities (a) 30 30 Inputs for production. Acquiring raw materials, components, sub-assemblies, consumable stores and capital equipment for the production function. 1b: Business organisation and structure ~ Part A Business organisational structure, governance and management – departments and functions (b) (c) (d) (e) (f) (g) Inputs for administration.

A) (b) Irrecoverable debts. Sales revenue is not received for goods sold. In effect this is the same as giving away the goods. A company which cannot collect its debts in time might have to use bank overdraft finance to pay its bills. If the bank is concerned about the security of its loan, this might mean the company is vulnerable to increases in interest rates, and the bank's credit decisions. Payables. Many companies delay paying suppliers as long as possible. In effect they are using suppliers as a sort of credit finance.

Payables. Many companies delay paying suppliers as long as possible. In effect they are using suppliers as a sort of credit finance. Payments to suppliers are an outflow of funds. However, in the long term it may be more important to establish reliable commercial relationships with them than squeeze every pound out of them in the short term. Large companies are now required to disclose their policies on paying suppliers in their annual financial statements. Inventory. Inventory levels are a focus of some of the production systems discussed earlier.

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