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Design a generic post-implementation evaluation form. The form should consist

Design a generic post-implementation evaluation form. The form should consist of questions that you could use to evaluate any information system. The form should evaluate the post-implementation activities and any problems associated with the implementation

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Ming, CPA, is engaged to audit the financial statements of Wellington Sales, Inc.

Ming, CPA, is engaged to audit the financial statements of Wellington Sales, Inc., for the year ended December 31,20X0. Ming obtained and documented an understanding of the client’s business and environment, including internal control over business processes relating to accounts receivable. She assessed the risks of material misstatement for the assertions of existence, rights, and valuation of accounts receivable at a high level. Ming requested and obtained from Wellington an aged accounts receivable schedule listing the total amount owed by each customer as of December 31, 20X0, and sent positive confirmation requests (signed by Sam Blocker, the controller of Wellington). Ming has asked Zimber, the staff assistant assigned to the engagement, to follow up on the nine returned confirmations that appear on the following two pages. Assume that each confirmation is material if the potential misstatement is projected to the population. Also, assume that in all cases the debit balance is the result of a credit to “Sales.” In several circumstances, a “Note to files” is included with additional information relating to the confirmation.

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Describe the procedure or procedures, if any, that Zimber should perform to resolve each of the nine confirmations (below) with exceptions that were returned and, if possible, provide the audited value of the account. Assume that all amounts involved are considered material.

Confirmation #5

The statement of our account showing a balance of $20,000 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Abbington Co.

By Alfred Martin

Date: 1/16/X1

Exceptions: Yes, we ordered $20,000 worth of merchandise from Wellington in November. However, we mailed Wellington a check for 520,000 on 12/18/XO.

Note to files: Blocker indicates that the check was received and deposited on 12/28/X0, but posted to the wrong customer’s account.

Confirmation #22

The statement of our account showing a balance of $12,222 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Wilson Dilco

By Kent Parry

Date: 2/2/X1

Exceptions: No way. Forget it. Wellington said we’d have these goods in 10 days on December 2. Whenwedidn’t receive them, I canceled the order on December 12th. Wlggo SmiggoCorporation shipped us similar goods overnite. We’ll never deal with Wellington again as long as I am around.

Confirmation #47

The statement of our account showing a balance of $22,000 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

The Big Edge

By Bert Quinton

Date: 1/22/X1

Exceptions: Weuse a voucher system by individual invoice. We cannot verify the balance, but Wellington is one of our regular suppliers. We probably owe them something.

Confirmation #51

The statement of our account showing a balance of $75,000 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Farkele Corporation of America and the World

By Robby Boertson

Date: 1/9/X1

Exceptions: Our records show that we sent them a check for the amount due on 12/29/X0.

Confirmation #62

The statement of our account showing a balance of $2,500 due Wellington Sales, Inc.., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Pibson Gonker Corporation

By Sam Sheffield

Date: 1/30/X1

Exceptions: Note to files: This confirmation was returned by the postal service as “return to sender, address unknown.”

Confirmation #68

The statement of our account showing a balance of $66,000 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Yanrarian Ruckus Company By Tom Turken

Date: 2/7/X1

Exceptions: We mailed that check for the full amount on 1/3/X1. The merchandise was not received until 12S23/X0.

Confirmation #72

The statement of our account showing a balance of $22,000 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Yeg Co.

By Alfred Martin

Date: 1/30/X1

Exceptions: Yes,I guess we owe this amount, but Wellington made clear to us that we could return any of the items we did not sell. But, so far, sales are good, and we’ve sold most of the items.

Confirmation #77

The statement of our account showing a balance of $32,000 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Zell Incorporated

By John Nolan

Date: 1/19/X1

Exceptions: Wereceived $24,000 worth of goods on consignment from Wellington on 2/10/X0, but they are not sold yet.

Confirmation #79

The statement of our account showing a balance of $42,000 due Wellington Sales, Inc., at December 31, 20X0, is correct except as noted below:

Zentigton Corporation

By Wallace Olson

Date: 1/22/X1

Exceptions: Yes,weordered $42,000 of merchandise on October 15, but Wellington was out of stock until recently. They seem to always be out of stock. We finally received the goods on January 4, 20X1.

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    Confirmation # 5-Zimber should conclude that the check was duly submitted on December 28 by examining the supporting documentation (e.g. entry in deposit ticket,

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In an Less-than-Truckload trucking company, terminal docks include casual workers who are hired temporarily to account for peak loads. At the Omaha, Nebraska, dock, the minimum demand for casual workers during the 7 days of the week (starting on Monday) is 20, 14, 10, 15, 18, 10, and 12 workers. Each worker is contracted to work 5 consecutive days.

Develop the LP model and determine an optimal weekly hiring practice of casual workers for the company using AMPL, Solver, or TORA.

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Decision variables

x1 = Casual Workers starting on Monday

x2 = Casual Workers starting on Tues

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(Solved) : Should there be a maximum wage? Should a CEO or executive

Should there be a maximum wage? Should a CEO or executive of a company have their waged tied to that of the lowest workers wage?

Read the CNN article and respond. http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/21/opinion/sutter-swiss-executive-pay/

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Yes, there should be a maximum wage cap.

I agree with the idea shared in the attached article wit

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(Solved) : Savory Cooking Sauces, Inc., a U.S. business firm, makes

Savory Cooking Sauces, Inc., a U.S. business firm, makes and sells distinctively flavored cooking sauces. Although the recipes are secret, the ingredients could be revealed and the sauces could be reconstructed with diligent efforts. What can Savory do to prevent its products from being “decoded” and pirated abroad?

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Savory Cooking Sauces should license its formula and recipe of its products to avoid theft of its tr

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(Solved) : Read the following questions and answer below. 1. In a

Read the following questions and answer below.

1. In a short essay, list and discuss the three major stages of the Total Responsibility Management system.

2. In a short essay, list four standard recommendations of what to include in the code when developing a code of ethics.

3. In a short essay, list six components of a code of conduct for financial institutions according to the publication “Corporate Codes of Conduct: Guidance to Implementing an Effective Ethics Program.”

4. In a short essay, list the seven principles of social business.

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1. Short essay listing and discussing the three major stages of the Total Responsibility Management

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(Solved) : What element is Smith discussions of Christianity do y

What element is Smith discussions of Christianity do you find most surprising and/or disturbing compared to how you have viewed Christianity before? Is Smith correct? Why?

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(Solved) : “Consent” Brief: Cobbs v Grant, 8 Cal 3d 229 (1972) Wr

“Consent” Brief: Cobbs v Grant, 8 Cal 3d 229 (1972)

Write the brief memo in your own words and include answers to the following in the order presented:

The complete title and citation for the case.

Explain which court decided this case.

How did the case get to the court? Discuss the procedural history of the case.

What legal issues were decided by the in this case?

Discuss the facts of the case.

What did the court decide? Give its holding (decision) and the reasons it gave for the decision (reasoning)?

Was the decision unanimous? If not, who dissented and why did they dissent?

Why is this case important for healthcare administrators?

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(Solved) : conduct a job interview with someone who has a career tha

conduct a job interview with someone who has a career that is different from your own. identify the duties associated with his or her position as well as any skills and abilities necessary for the position. answer these questions 1. what are the duties and job responsibilities associated with the position held by the individual you interviewed
2. what are the types of knowledge, skills, and abilities that are needed to successful accomplish the job responsibilities
3. what additional factors do you think should be included in the job description, such as physical tasks and mental acuity, ect.
4. what are the essential functions of the position

compose a 350 word job description based on the data acquired in your interview and make sure the essential functions are identified in the description.

what are three recruiting strategies that can be used to recruit for this position

in 350 words compare the recruiting strategies young have chosen, which strategy would you use to recruit for this position

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(Solved) : The inventory manager has typically ordered a quantity of

The inventory manager has typically ordered a quantity of 800 each time an order is needed for one of their popular tires to take advantage of the discount provided by the supplier and save the company money. The following discount schedule has just been received reflecting recent changes in some of the discount percentages. The manager still maintains that an order quantity of 800 will save the company the most money because of the quantity discount.

Order Quantity

Discount

Acquisition Cost

0-399

0%

79.95

400-799

5%

75.95

800 or more

10%

71.95

Last year, for an annual demand of 1600 tires and a lot size of 800 tires which resulted in an acquisition cost of $71.95, they had a total ordering cost of $120 and a total carrying cost of $17980. They forecast an annual demand of 1600 tires again for this year. Their unit carrying cost per dollar of inventory and their unit ordering cost per order for this year is assumed to be the same as last year.

Question 10. What is the optimal inventory policy that minimizes total cost for a periodic review system?

(A) A policy of ( 2 weeks , 62 ) for a total cost of $131017

(B) A policy of ( 6 months, 800 ) for a total cost of $133220

(C) A policy of ( 1 quarter , 400 ) for a total cost of $131250

(D) A policy of ( 2 quarters , 800 ) for a total cost of $18100

(E) none of the above

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1. For each discount price (C), compute EOQ

2. If EOQ < Minimum for discount, adjust the quantity

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