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Cost Center Structure

What is a Cost Center?

A cost center is a structure that represents a department in a company to which costs can be allocated.
The cost center's main function is to track all expenses linked to a particular function or department, which supports our Profit & Loss/ Financial Results structure, as well as budget department owners controls.

Cost Center Structure

Whenever your team uses part of their budget to **purchase **something, the expenses will be allocated to your specific department's cost center, as well as salaries and contractors costs.
Below, is our Cost Center structure.
Category 1
Category 2
Category 3
1. COGS
11. Customer Services
111. Customer Services
1. COGS
12. Professional Services
112. Professional Services
2. G&A
21. Management
211. Management
2. G&A
22. Operations
221. Operations
2. G&A
23. Finance
231. Finance
2. G&A
24. People
241. People
3. R&D
32. Product
321. Product
3. R&D
33. Engineering
331. Engineering
3. R&D
33. Engineering
332. Security
4. S&M
41. Enterprise Solutions
410. Enterprise Solutions General
4. S&M
41. Enterprise Solutions
411. Customer Success
4. S&M
41. Enterprise Solutions
412. Pre-Sales
4. S&M
42. Marketing
421. Marketing
4. S&M
42. Marketing
422. Community
4. S&M
43. Sales
430. Sales General
4. S&M
43. Sales
431. Acquisition
4. S&M
43. Sales
432. Expansion
4. S&M
43. Sales
433. Lead Generation
4. S&M
43. Sales
434. Partnership
4. S&M
43. Sales
435. Sales Effectiveness
4. S&M
43. Sales
436. Sales Enablement
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