Answer to Question #40578 in Other Programming & Computer Science for april
“Ithink we have everything we need. I’ve sampled financial statements, sales figures for each branch,wastage for each shop—we have it all. With all these numbers, we should be able to figure out how to keep Fields in the green, or at least at the forefront of the flower business. We can even show Seymour Fields himself how his new computer system can make it all happen,” says Rod Golden, a junior systems analyst working for a medium-sized consulting group. The firm, under the supervision of its head systems analyst, Clay Potts, has been working on a systems project for the entire chain of 15 successful florist shops and indoor floral markets called Fields. Each of three Midwestern cities has five Fields outlets. “Although it’s just a budding enterprise now, eventually we want to grow with offshoots to half a dozen states,” says Seymour Fields, the owner. “I want to reap the benefits of all the happiness we’ve sown so far. I think we can do it by playing my hunches about what is the best time to purchase flowe
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