BDIT ASSIGNMENT

Procter & Gamble
Submitted to: Prof. Deepali Bharadwaj Submitted By: Group - 5 Ruchy Singh(191050) Surbhi Grover(191058) Aditi Goyal(191063) Ambika Gupta(191067) Manpreet Bedi(191096) Shelly Jain(191111)

....................................................................................................................................................................................... 10 Baby Care and Family Care ..................................... 12 RIGHT PARTY CONTACTS ............................................................................................................. 9 Snacks and Pet Care ....................... 4 Operations .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 3 COMPANY PROFILE ................................................................................................................. 9 Health Care ........................................................ 11 Major Brands: .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 SYSTEMS USED ......................................................................... 8 Segments ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15 ........................................................................................Table of Contents CONTACT INFORMATION ............................................................... 9       Beauty .............................................................................. 7 IT Budget for 2011........................... 8 Revenue wise Breakup of Business Segments (in $ Millions) .......................................... 6 KEY FINANCIALS............................................................... 10 Major Products & Services .................................................................................................... 9 Fabric Care and Home Care ..................................................................................... 9 Grooming .......................................................................................... 5 ORGANIZATION CHART..................... 11 Major Products .............................................................................................................

CONTACT INFORMATION Address: 299 East 6th Street Cincinnati (513) 983-0778 (513) 983-1100 Website: www.pg.com Phone Number: .

and toilet paper products under Bounty. and Pampers brands. pharmacy channel. grocery stores. Olay. salon professional.COMPANY PROFILE Procter & Gamble (P&G) is a Fortune 500 American multinational corporation headquartered in downtown Cincinnati. The company offers beauty products. Duracell. laundry detergents. and Oral-B brands. Ariel. prestige products. The Procter & Gamble Company was founded in 1837 and is based in Cincinnati. female personal cleansing. Gain. Tide. Pantene. The company sells its products in approximately 180 countries through retail operations. hair styling. male blades and razors. and skin care products under the Head & Shoulders. It also provides health care products comprising feminine care. toothbrush. which was up from sixth place in 2010. female shave care. department stores. and grooming products.6 billion dollars in sales. and Mach3 brands. In 2011. membership club stores. P&G recorded $82. Procter & Gamble is the only Fortune 500 company to issue C Share common stock. salons. Downy. batteries. female antiperspirant and deodorant. fabric enhancers. and Wella brands. paper towels. incontinence. and other oral care products under the Always. such as baby wipes. and Febreze brands. fabric care and home care products consisting of laundry additives. Gillette. dish care. Charmin. water filtration. gastrointestinal. Crest. rapid diagnostics. Fusion. diapers. and baby care and family care products. tissues. home small appliances. Fortune magazine ranked P&G at fifth place of the "World's Most Admired Companies" list. . snacks and pet care products under the Iams and Pringles brands. including electronic hair removal devices. air care. hair care. and male personal care products under the Braun. drug stores. toothpaste. Dawn. The Procter & Gamble Company provides consumer packaged goods in the United States and internationally. hair color. Ohio and manufactures a wide range of consumer goods. Ohio. and surface care products under the Ace. and high-frequency stores. including mass merchandisers. respiratory. such as cosmetics.

the company's operations are categorized into two "Global Business Units" with each Global Business Unit divided into "Business Segments" according to the company's 2011 Annual Report.Operations As of July 1. Dimitri Panayotopoulos is Vice Chairman of Global Business Unit       Beauty segment Grooming segment Health Care segment Snacks & Pet Care segment Fabric Care & Home Care segment Baby Care & Family Home Care segment . 2011.

MLFM Baby Care MR Global Female Beauty VD Oral Care CP Duracell SA Wal-Mart JS Braun. JU North America MH Greater China SS Western Europe GC Special Assignment RJ Personal Beauty GD Discounter & Pharmacy Channe. LP Latin America & Global Club......... RF Design PD External Relations CH Human Resources MN Product Supply KH Grooming & Shave Care PL Treasurer TL Control VS Fabric Care JM Home Care DT Asia DH Central & Eastern Europe & M..ORGANIZATION CHART CEO Robert McDonald Director Johnathan Rodgers Director Rajat Gupta Director Patricia Woertz Director Kenneth Chenault Director Ernesto Zedillo Director Scott Cook Director James McNerney Director Angela Braly Director Susan Hellmann Director Margaret Whitman Director Mary Wilderotter CFO Jon Moeller CIO & Global Services FP Product Supply YS CTO BB Brand Building MP Consumer & Market Knowledge JL Customer Business Developmen. Beauty & Grooming JG Family Care KP Health Care TF Retail Hair Care & Color CJ Feminine Care SB Prestige JC Global Snacks & Pet Care DR Research & Development SM Corporate NS Legal & Secretary DM Diversity & Services LCH Global Business Units DP Operations WG Special Assignment ES .

797 -7.27% Revenue(in $ millions) 83000 82000 81000 80000 79000 78000 77000 76000 75000 74000 73000 2011 2010 2009 Revenue Net income(in $ millions) 14.KEY FINANCIALS Revenue for 2011 is $82.436 11.37% 2010 78938 2.000 10.736 -5. 2011 Revenue % growth Net income % growth 82559 4.500 13.000 13.59% 11.500 11.21% 2009 76694 -3.500 12.559 million.000 12.500 2011 2010 2009 Net income .000 11.93% 12.23% 13.

565 2762.83 2684. Revenue wise Breakup of Business Segments (in $ Millions) .IT Budget for 2011 2011 2010 2009 Expenses (in $ 2889.29 millions) IT expenses have shown a rise of $127 million than 2010 expenses.

0 billion on volume growth of 3%. Change vs.2 billion on a 1% increase in unit volume. prestige fragrances. Beauty net sales increased 3% to $20.2 billion on unit volume growth of 4%. 2010 Prior Year Prior Year n/a +5% n/a +3% Volume Net sales $12. Change vs.Segments The Procter & Gamble Company is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products.860 +1% Net earnings $1. Change vs.796 ($ millions) 2011  Snacks and Pet Care: The snacks and pet care business includes pet food and snacks. 2010 Prior Year Prior Year .631 +3% Net earnings $1. oral care and personal health care. Change vs. Europe. face and shave products. beauty electronics. The company’s segments are classified into six divisions. personal cleansing and skin care.491 +3% -1% $2. 2010 Prior Year Prior Year n/a +3% n/a +1% Volume Net sales $8. 2010 Prior Year Prior Year n/a +4% n/a +3% Volume Net sales $20.712 +2% Net earnings $2. namely:  Beauty: The beauty business is comprised of cosmetics.631 +10% $1. ($ millions) 2011 Change vs. deodorants. Snacks and Pet Care net sales increased 1% to $3. Change vs. Grooming net sales increased 5% to $8.477 +9% ($ millions) 2011  Health Care: The health care business includes feminine care. Health Care net sales increased 5% to $12.0 billion on 5% growth in unit volume.033 +5% $11. and small home appliances. Change vs. the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). and Asian region.157 +3% $19.025 +5% $7. The company markets its products in over 180 countries spanning Americas.686 ($ millions) 2011  Grooming: The grooming business includes blades and razors. hair care. Change vs.493 +2% -3% $1.

009 -10% ($ millions) 2011  Baby Care and Family Care: The baby care and family care business includes baby wipes. 2010 Prior Year Prior Year n/a +7% n/a +6% Volume $23.978 ($ millions) 2011 . fabric care and surface care.736 +4% Net sales -3% $2. facial tissue and paper towels. Change vs.156 +1% $3.8 billion on a 7% increase in unit volume. Fabric Care and Home Care net sales increased 4% to $24. 2010 Prior Year Prior Year n/a +1% n/a -2% Volume Net sales $3.6 billion on 8% volume growth.Change vs.837 +4% $3.339 +10% Net earnings $3.135 +1% -26% $326 +39% Net earnings $241 ($ millions) 2011  Fabric Care and Home Care: The fabric care and home care business includes air care.606 +6% $14.805 +3% Net sales $24. dish care. 2010 Prior Year Prior Year n/a +8% n/a +7% Volume $15. Change vs. Baby Care and Family Care net sales increased 6% to $15. bath tissue. batteries. diapers. Change vs.049 +16% Net earnings $1. Change vs. Change vs.

Major Products & Services Major Products Beauty: Grooming: Cosmetics Deodorants Hair care Personal cleansing Prestige fragrances Skin care Health Care: Feminine care Oral care Personal health care Pharmaceuticals Fabric Care and home care: Air care Batteries Dish care Fabric care Surface care Blades and razors Electric hair removal devices Face and shaving products Home appliances Snacks and pet care: Snacks Pet food Baby Care and Family care: Baby wipes Bath tissue Diapers Facial tissue Paper towels Major Brands: Beauty: Head & Shoulders Olay Pantene Wella Health Care: Actonel Always Crest Oral-B Fabric Care and home care: Ariel Dawn Downy Duracell Gain Tide Grooming: Braun Fusion Gillette Mach3 Snacks and pet care: Iams Pringles Baby Care and Family care: Bounty Charmin Pampers .

HP said it will collaborate with technology companies such as BEA Systems. Through compression. Accenture. aggregates refresh five times faster. . Increased data availability and processing speed through Oracle Real Application Clusters  System name: Adaptive Enterprise strategy Vendor: Hewlett Packard(HP) Technology: Run data centers and information technology infrastructure. CISCO systems. Other benefits are: 1.SYSTEMS USED Major Vendors for Procter & Gamble are Oracle. around-the-clock operation 5. P&G is using one-tenth as much storage space as before. and to oversee network management In use since: N/A Usage: The Adaptive Enterprise strategycovers a new set of products and services that HP asserts will help companies tailor computer and network systems to provide more flexibility. Leveraged Oracle’s key capabilities for supporting very large databases. as well as consulting firms such as Accenture and BearingPoint. Reduced storage space to one-tenth of its past size. to provide desktop and enduser support. Lowered processing time for data aggregation by a factor of 5x. and thanks to query rewrite. and significantly reduced the consumption of common resources through Oracle Partitioning and table compression 4. Oracle Real Application Clusters In use since: N/A Usage: Oracle technology had a big impact on how P&G managed the mission-critical data. SAP. with materialized views with query rewrite as the aggregation engine of the new solution 2. ensuring that aggregate data is available for the start of the work day 3. Used Oracle Partitioning to organize data efficiently and maintain the data warehouse in continuous. Oracle and SAP. Oracle Partitioning.  System name: Oracle Database Vendor: Oracle Technology: Oracle Database(PL/SQL ). to provide IT services that can be quickly adapted to changing business needs. BT Group. Cisco Systems. Hewlett Packard(HP). lowered storage costs.

software development and consulting. integrating. drive growth in its business and innovate more as a result of the new agreement with SAP. • Overseeing the design. which covers software. break/fix and maintenance services. UGS JT. P&G uses SAP enterprise resource planning. CAD packages. • Creating. 3DStudioMax. • Managing third-party facility andtechnology vendors involved inservice delivery. It will also be able to more easily and quickly develop new SAP-based software and standardize it across the business. Other key applications include Oracle databases and customer relationship management software. Accenture has applied a hybrid on/offshore delivery model. approximately 60 resources from Accenture Business Process Outsourcing worked closely with GBS to transition—and now manage—P&G’s virtualsolutions’ content delivery and facilities services. Accenture’s scope of services has included: • Providing high-end projectmanagement. Accenture Technology Labs. • Providing virtual reality software and platform development. remote access.  System name:Accenture Business Process Outsourcing. delivering and storing virtual reality content. Virtools. Accenture Customer Innovation Network. SolidWorks. It operates a European shared service center in Newcastle. • Transitioning the operations of existing virtual reality facilities to Accenture’s global team. audio and videoconferencing and some security services like firewall and anti-virus . Accenture Global Delivery Network. Netweaver platform In use since: N/A Usage: The company will cut costs. supply chain and financial software. Photoshop. Centronic.Accenture’s Service Management and Service Integration Delivery Model. System name: SAP HANA & APO Vendor: SAP Technology: ERP – ABAP 4. JDA POG In use since: N/A Usage: Under a multi-year arrangement with P&G.  System name:Outsourcing of VoIP. Accenture Delivery Suite for Outsourcing. development and operations of new virtual reality facilities and 3-D store environments in key P&G locations. To carry out these activities. Accenture Rapid Transition Suite Vendor: Accenture Technology: Proprietary P&G virtual solutions application. Internet services. maintenance.

The projects that made the cut have resulted in notable successes: ● P&G has saved millions of dollars a year and accelerated its business processes by using Cisco TelePresence as a collaboration tool. including LAN and WAN network infrastructure and management at more than 1. and that aren’t guaranteed to result in sales. presence-enabled unified communications and telepresence. It has installed more than 80 units worldwide.Vendor: BT Group Technology: LAN. When P&G wanted to enable remote consumer interviews. it partnered with CiscoIBSG to build ―Virtual Expert‖ kiosks based on Cisco TelePresence to address compensation and moverelated problems. Cisco. WAN Infrastructure In use since: N/A Usage: The Company runs a Web portal where inventors can submit product ideas to the company and has a broad collaboration plan in place that includes blogs. audio and videoconferencing and some security services like firewall and anti-virus. ● P&G invests heavily in consumer research—consumer insight is one of its five core competencies. it partnered with Cisco IBSG to pilot virtual research stations. as P&G's newly announced $650 million outsourcing deal with BT Group suggests. improving productivity and extending the global reach of its researchers. more than any company other than Cisco. The kiosks connected expatriate executives with employee services experts in Costa Rica. wikis. BT will run P&G's VoIP. remote access. Internet services. . meanwhile. But those plans won't realize their potential without a top notch network. The agreement announced gives BT control over a wide swath of networking capabilities. Cisco Networking Technologies In use since: N/A Usage: For the advantages of getting tailor-made solutions. P&G has granted IBSG unprecedented access to its employees and managers. dramatically improving the quality of service and the time required for problem resolution. ● When P&G moved its Latin American headquarters to Panama. bringing together a German dermatologist and top Russian beauty editors. ● the launch of Braun’s Silk-épil epilator generated considerable media buzz for very little cost when P&G conducted the event via Cisco TelePresence.  System name: Cisco® TelePresence™ Vendor: CISCO Systems (Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG)) Technology: Cisco ACNS.100 locations in more than 80 countries. invests time and resources upfront to test ideas that are scrapped more times than not. who wrote enthusiastically about the unique experience.

featuring digital media and 24-hour RFIDenabled lockers. P&G’s firstforay into retail cleaning.● Cisco IBSG took the burden off P&G to set up a pilot for Tide Dry Cleaners. in just 60 day RIGHT PARTY CONTACTS . IBSG designed the store infrastructure.

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