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DAIRY FARM GROUP- Redesign of Business Systems and Processes -Case analysis

DAIRY FARM GROUP- Redesign of Business Systems and Processes -Case analysis

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DAIRY FARM GROUP- Redesign of
Business Systems and Processes
-Case analysis
DAIRY FARM GROUP- Redesign of
Business Systems and Processes
-Case analysis

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Dairy Farm Group
Redesign of Business Systems andProcesses
Group 9 Sec C
ANAND MALHOTRA (2012PGP035) ANKIT MATE (2012PGP199)DEEPAK TS(2012PGP102)ROHINI H (2012PGP312)S AJAY KUMAR(2012PGP319)YOGESH KUMAR PATEL(2012PGP451)
 
Key Recommendations
In keeping with the organizations future business needs, DFGshould focus on re-engineering business processes and invest insupporting technologies by setting up frame work for technical  planning process comprising 
Business component 
and 
Technical component 
Business Component
Logical grouping of business processes and associatedsystems into Business Process Domains (BPDs)
In store systems, business unit operational systems, businessunit analytical systems, group systems and core infrastructureservices
 Availability, Assurance, Usability and Adaptability crucial for success of systems within each BPDStore systems, Inventory management, Category managementand E-commerce processes identified for reengineering
 
Store Systems
 A client server architecture with support for scalability, adaptabilityand remote maintenanceStandardized technology along with a centralized data storagefacilitating stock monitoring at the store level.Store applications redesigned to help better decision making andsupport new channels of marketing
Inventory Management
Leveraging the strategy of operating as a single entity to achieveeconomies of scaleCentral merchandising system to monitor inventory levels andgenerate store ordersMinimizes stock outages, reduces purchase orders and invoices,increases negotiating power with suppliersFuture integration of the supply chain across business units andcontinual stock level monitoring by suppliers

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