Invoice analysis, Management Information Sys

Invoice Analysis:

Company involves have been provided a very useful source of information. A copy of an invoice is preserved and information form it may be punched tabulated; processed and summarized to provide suitable information to the researcher. The involves data may be classified according to customers nature of product region and area. The involves record may be of immense use provided it has been used with precaution and scientifically.

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