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Operations And Supply Chain Management
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Operations And Supply Chain Management

Operations And Supply Chain Management

Book edition 14th
Author(s) F. Robert Jacobs
Pages 800 pages
ISBN 9780078024023

Short Answer

A screening criterion that permits a firm’s products to be considered as possible candidates for purchase.

Order qualifier

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Step 1: Order qualifier

The feature of a good or service that must be present for the client to evaluate the good or service is referred to as an order qualifier.

Step 2: Example of order qualifier

For most companies, the quality is included in the order qualifier. In a company that makes high-quality goods, if the expense of creating at such a good extent of reliability requires the firm’s products and services to exceed a specific price point, the final consequence could be a loss of sales, putting "quality" a purchase factor.

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