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MAKOST SYSTEMS Corporation
|Legal Name: MAKOST SYSTEMS Corporation|
|Operating Name: MAKOST SYSTEMS Corporation|
|Alternate Name: MAKOST Systems Corporation|
885 Des Roselins St
885 Des Roselins St
|Telephone: (514) 691-0711|
|Fax: (888) 870-0105|
|Website URL: http://www.ikb-tech.com|
|Telephone: (450) 641-5499|
|Fax: (450) 641-5431|
Company MAKOST SYSTEMS Corporation was founded as an innovative company - custom designer Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Based Systems for the management.Makost Systems Corporation specializes in the design, development, delivery and support of Artificial Intelligence knowledge based systems for management with business and technology applications. These systems are integrated into your existing operating environment, deploying your business and technology knowledge throughout the company.Makost Systems Corporation's development experience covers a diverse range of industries; applications range from financial systems, business activity support systems and executive support systems to technological management systems. The common thread for all of these systems is that they capture specific business knowledge and deploy it on-line to enhance the speed and effectiveness of business operations.he spectrum of applications of COBORG systems is from a technology to industrial and commercial problems is so wide as to defy easy characterization. The applications find their way into most areas of knowledge work. They are as varied as helping salespersons sell modular factory-built homes to helping NASA plan the maintenance of a space shuttle in preparation for its next flight.Primarily, the benefits of COBORG Systems to end users include:
A speed-up of human professional or semi-professional work -- typically by a factor of ten and sometimes by a factor of a hundred or more.
Within companies, major internal cost savings. For small systems, savings are sometimes in the tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars; but for large systems, often in the tens of millions of dollars and as high as hundreds of millions of dollars. These cost savings are a result of quality improvement, a major motivation for employing COBORG system technology.
What receive managers of the company?
The first level of the users (the president, director) - a weekly basis.
The overall assessment of the financial activity and economic activity for the current time.
The system continuously (daily and since the beginning of the period) calculates and displays the information in the form of curves of the importance of the chance of developing disorders of production, commercial and financial areas of the company, as well as the total (integrated) current state of financial and economic activity. Assessment is made on the budgetary targets set for the month, quarter, year. In doing so, depending on the value of the likelihood of disorder the system presents the following condition
Financial and economic activity:
a) steady state
b) unstable state
c) Crisis (risk) state.
In addition, the system predicts the state of financial and economic condition by extrapolating the curves at the end of the plan period with the submission of the possible causes of disorder.
Additionally, the system continuously calculates and presents to senior management the key factors that characterize the operations of the company, such as:
 return on sales,
 asset velocity,
 gross profit margin,
 operational leverage,
 working capital control,
 fixed asset turnover,
 debtor depts,
 creditor depts,
 stock turn,
 cash cycle analysis,
 current ratio,
 acid test,
 financial strength
 Current liquidity
 Urgent liquidity
 Absolute liquidity
 Profitability of actives
 Profitability of own capital
 Profitability of sales
 Financial sustainability
 Coefficient of manoeuvrability
 The coefficient ratio own and borrowed capital
 The coefficient of long-term financial independence
 Cover ratio percent
 Business activity
 Capital assets
 Turnover own capital
 Turnover current assets
 Turnover of receivables
 Turnover payables
2. The second level of users (managers of responsibility centers) - daily.
2.1 .. Center «MANUFACTURING PRODUCTS».
Current state of manufacturing activity to the manager to produce the continuous curves of the probability of disorders in the functioning of production units:
putting products in the warehouse,
production efficiency (for the quality of the finished product and the cost of raw materials per unit of production).
When unwanted change of the state of a node production system identifies the reasons for this change and provides a forecast of the development disorder.
2.2. Center «COMMERCIAL ACTIVITY».
Current state of the commercial activities of the company to the manager of commercial continuous curve of the probability of development disorders in the functioning of the commercial hubs of activity:
volume purchasing of raw materials,
Number of finished goods shipped,
The cost of products shipped
stocks of raw materials,
stocks of finished products.
When unwanted change of the state of a node of commercial activity system identifies the reasons for this change and provides a forecast of the development disorder.
2.3. Center «FINANCIAL ACTIVITIES»
The current state of financial activity is carried out by monitoring the financial performance of the core budget of the company and submitted to the manager of finance in the form of continuous curves of the probability of disorders in the functioning of the financial budget of nodes:
financial obligations of the company,
revenue (in the accounts of clients for items or products)
the flow of financial resources
state accounts payable
the status of the receivable
In addition, the system provides managers additional financial indicators are important to the analysis of financial accounts. When unwanted change of the state of a host of financial activities the system identifies the reasons for this change and provides a forecast of the development disorder.
|Country of Ownership:||Canada|
|Primary Industry (NAICS):||541510 - Computer Systems Design and Related Services|
|Primary Business Activity:||Manufacturer / Processor / Producer|
Product / Service / Licensing
Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Based System- AIKBS and EBAISS
Economical COBORG System
Financial COBORG System
Technological COBORG System
Energy Infrastructure System
Industry sector market interests:
- Information Technology and Telecommunications
- Food and Beverage Manufacturing
- Furniture and Wood Product
- Pulp and Paper
- Plastics and Rubber Products
- Primary and Fabricated Metal
- Electrical Equipment
- Textile and Clothing
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong
- Iran, Islamic Republic of
- Korea, Republic of
- Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
- New Zealand
- Russian Federation
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- United States
- Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of
- Viet Nam
- District of Columbia
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- West Virginia
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Date Modified: 2013-05-20