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Business Process Quizzes & Trivia

Having a clear understanding of the business process is necessary to streamline operations, prevent day-to-day chaos, choose proper business tools, ensure optimum use of resources and accountability. To know more, dive straight into our online business process quizzes and learn something new with every question you attempt.
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Order-to-Cash is a business process that ensures that once an order is placed, arrangements should be made to provide the goods or services the customer requested. This process relies heavily on proper documentation like...

Questions: 29  |  Attempts: 2145   |  Last updated: Nov 10, 2020
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    Organizational levels of a company correspond to its structure, representing the legal and organizational views of a company. The sales and distribution (SAP SD) application of the SAP ERP system uses several organizational levels that can only represent sales and distribution processes. These are... (4 correct answers)


Questions: 25  |  Attempts: 1065   |  Last updated: Sep 11, 2020
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     The SAP ERP system contains many organizational levels, which are responsible for particular functional areas. Which of the following organizational units are only relevant to the Purchase-to-Pay business process? (2 correct answers)


Questions: 24  |  Attempts: 316   |  Last updated: Oct 14, 2020
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    A business process can be defined as a set of interrelated tasks linked to an activity that spans functional boundaries.


Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 40   |  Last updated: Dec 11, 2020
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    The element used in the really big idea sketch pad which explains why the product or service is valuable to the end user is:

A compilation of all the quiz questions as gathered by Chris Gilman; leader of the IFMA study group Good luck with the exam!

Questions: 148  |  Attempts: 218   |  Last updated: Aug 21, 2018
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    The communication process involves encoding an intended meaning into a message and the receiving and decoding of the message into perceived meaning?
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