Activity Based Costing (ABC) is vital for managers determining which products, services, and customers will return a profit. Conventional cost allocations often depict an unrealistic view of profitability, distorting figures by hundreds of percent. ABC is designed to provide profitability information regarding your organization's product/service market mix coupled with direct material spending in order to view the total cost of operations. Our strategic, operational approach to implementing ABC not only facilitates implementation, but also develops mechanisms necessary to support its operation on an ongoing basis. We use the most effective system design mechanisms in the industry, such as the Cost Flow Diagram, and the seven-step approach to implementing ABC.

ADC's Total Management view includes "what if" modeling, forecasting, variance reporting, and impact analysis, allowing managers the opportunity to improve profitability and maximize operational processes.