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by John Evanoff, Director, Hitachi Consulting | Tom King, Senior Business Analyst, Milliken and Co. February 7, 2011
Financials – 
The indirect activity allocation cycle can be useful for allocating activity costs from one cost center to another. When it is difficult to determine how much activity to post from one cost center to another, you can use a method that involves the automatic calculation of activity quantities. Understanding how to set up the master data defining the allocation cycle is the key.