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Defination / Uses

The total asset development is defined as the quantity of profit a company can induce per unit asset. Mathematically, it can be understood as profit over the average total means. It's extensively used to assess the functional effectiveness of a company.

A high total asset development means that the company is suitable to induce further profit per unit asset. On the other hand, a low total asset development suggests that the company is unfit to induce satisfactory results with the asset it has in hand.

The stylish approach for a company to better its total asset development is to enhance its effectiveness in generating profit. For case, the company can develop a better force operation system.