Any expense that is not a direct cost of sales is a fixed expense--an expense that isn't going to vary, regardless of your sales.
What does DCOS stand for?
DCOS stands for Direct Cost of Sale
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We have 21 other meanings of DCOS in our Acronym Attic
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- Division of Certificate of Public Need (Virginia)
- Defense Committee On Research
- Design Chain Operations Reference (product design)
- Division Central Office of Record
- Deployer Core Equipment
- DaimlerChrysler Overseas
- Deputy Chief Of Staff
- Development Corporation of Snyder (Snyder, TX)
- Disney Channel Original Show
- Distribution Cost of Supply (model)
- Dynamic Coalition on Open Standards (Internet Governance Forum)
- Dedicated Central Office Switch Service
- Defense Communications Operating Support System
- Digital Central Office Switch Simulator (GL Communications Inc.)
- Distributed Computing in Sensor Systems
- Dunedin Council of Social Services (Dunedin, New Zealand)
- Defense Communications Operating Support System (Europe)
- Dive Club of Silicon Valley
Samples in periodicals archive:
Direct cost of sales as a percentage of net sales represented 84% in the twelve-month period ended December 31, 2010 compared to 90% in the same period of 2009.
For the fourth quarter of 2008, direct cost of sales totaled $9.
Direct cost of sales as a percentage of net sales represented 86% in the nine-month period ended September 30, 2010 compared to 81% in the same period of 2009.
Direct cost of sales as a percentage of net sales represented 84% in the first half 2010 compared to 80% in the same period 2009.
Direct cost of sales as a percentage of net sales represented 87% in 2009 compared to 85% in 2008.
Blount said the company's growth in operating expenses had been strongly influenced by growth in direct cost of sales and other non-labour expenses partly offset by net staff reductions, and the impact of improved work processes in many parts of the company.
Direct cost of sales, general and administrative expenses