A few years ago the ACME Manufacturing Company installed automated robots worth millions of dollars in its furniture assembly lines
believing that the robots would improve profitability and increase the efficiency of the manufacturing process. However ACME lost many millions of dollars
more despite the fact that it was able to make furniture faster using the robots. Why would this happen? What could have caused this situation? ACME then tried
to increase profits (operating income) by making more products that could be sold in a period. Should this tactic be used to increase operating income? Would
this happen in service companies or only manufacturing companies? Explain.
I need some insight to compare my answers to. I would appreciate any hlep. Thanks!