profit center


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profit center

n.
A segment of a business for which costs, revenues, and profits are separately calculated.
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Alcosuisse, the profit center of the Federal Alcohol Board (SAB) is a unit of organization with a high degree of autonomy since 1998.
An additional profit center includes rental mail boxes.
Turkish Technic, a wholly owned subsidiary of Turkish Airlines founded last May as a profit center, is moving ahead with a new heavy maintenance facility, dubbed HABOM, at Sabiha Gokcen International Airport in Istanbul.
In an effort to view maintenance as a positive activity, try to see it as a profit center instead of a cost center.
For example, if an asset could be purchased that reduces the time your profit center possesses a given fiber, it should be rigorously examined from both technical and financial perspectives.
The Playboy cable channel is another piece of the empire and the biggest profit center.
We see entrance into this fragmented market as an excellent potential profit center for Oretech.
Dase agrees: "Developing IT into a profit center means taking IT services outside the institution.
Develop ways to lead people to get the job done and master the intricacies of profit center accountability and incentive compensation.
Ginny Fess identifies enterprising employees among her staff at the Johnsson Group, a financial consulting firm headquartered in Chicago, and transforms them into a profit center.
It may may soon eclipse NBC, which is losing viewers and revenue, as a profit center, they said.
DST), a business unit within Condor's Consulting Division, has endorsed the recent release of Dimension Data Systems' Dimensions Profit Center suite of applications.

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