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Use of IT within Commercial Organization

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Objectives of different business organisations TYPES OF BUSINESS: Business or also called firm or enterprise, from the ancient times was known all around the world as the thing of making a profit that would increase a wealth of its owners and grow business itself. At the end of twentieth century business became current civilization phenomena. Nowadays business people CANNOT IMAGINE their firms without it. There are two main types of business: business inside the country and international which are separated into private and public services. The type of business and in which services it should be added to depends from the person holding the business. Some people seek for money and POWER; some could do business because of revenge or competition to other business or the person holding the business. Some are trying to help other, for example: help to poor people or people needing financial help and there is business which serves to countries government which serves to both country and the public. THE MAIN TYPES OF BUSINESS: Private sector: The private sector is often privately owned or created by group of people to earn money that will increase prosperity of its owners and grow the business. ...read more.

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the owner do every thing possible to keep good aim by cutting prices, making offers to its customers, trading and such. Sales enlargement: This objective can be used in both sectors private and public, this target is based on making as much sales as possible. This may be caused owner want to make it large and avoig thing like survival or crisis or make his business much larger to make bigger profit in the future from economies of scale. Growth versus profit: To make profit, achieving higher sales in the short time many business are cutting prices which are reducing shot term profit. Objective can be used in both sectors private and bublic, owner of spacific business could be trying to achieve higher sales in short time when mostly every business are cutting their prices down which are reducing short term profit. Short-term versus long-term: Objective can be usind in both sectors private and public, some business owners might make a decition to acctept lower cash income for short tie period while for made profit business can invest a great deal of new products which could make much bigger profit or do some fixes to provide goos service and keep ...read more.

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So those specifit goods are sold much quicker and for made profit organisations buy goods which are sold much effectivly and are making much more profic to the organisation. Other way to increase organisation profit is to sell two thing cheaper then it sould be or often organisation do buy one get one free which also works effectevly. Increase sales To increas sales organisations are cutting their prices to 15%,20%,30% or sometimes half of price on goods which was not sold in time the organisation was expecting in other words organisation is doing sales on their goods. Other way to increase organisation sales is to sell two thing cheaper then it should be or often organisation do offer like buy one get one free which also works effectevly. Seeing that customers are mostly focusing on the sale not the thing they are buying. Provide a service In some shape or form, that phrase is one every organisation should be saying to each and every customer. Every organisation understands the importance of letting your customers know how much you value them and how you cannot wait to see them again. Consider some other things you can say to harden your relationship with customers. (Refference: http://www.microsoft.com/canada/smallbiz/products/howto/Provide-Service-that-Keeps-Customers-Coming-Back.mspx ) ?? ?? ?? ?? ...read more.

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