Presentation on supply chain management

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Saikat Maity, Roll no- 21 Kuntal Das, Roll no- 13

Jayanta Das, Roll no- 11
Koyeli Kundu, Roll no- 132

Retail Industry (Future group) BIGBAZAAR .

K. . Mark & spencer Lifestyle International.US $450 billion.   Top Players in retail industryReliance retail.Introduction • Present retail industry size -Indian market.     Future groups. Raheja corp groups.

Present retail industry scenario:    Bringing out efficiency Capturing the maximum share of entire consumption spend Increasing consumption .

SCM of retail industry: Factory C & F agent Distributors Whole seller Large Retailers Modern trade retailers Small retailers .

Emerged as India’s largest Hypermarket.The Big Bazaar story      Choice of more than 170000 products.  . A chain of hypermarket with 210 stores across 80 cities and towns in India. The first Big Bazaar store was set up in Kolkata. Discount range of 6% to 60%. Big Bazaar runs SAP which is one of the leading ERP solution provider.

Contd. Big Bazaar attracts thousands of customers on any regular day The large and growing young working population is a preferred customer segment Big Bazaar specifically targets working women and home makers who are the primary decision makers     .  Big bazaar is not just another hypermarket but it provides the best products at the best price Reflects the look and feel of Indian bazaars at their modern outlets All over India.

Services    Big Bazaar customer expect a low price Word of mouth is more effective than advertise Gap between the consumer expectations has been efficiently managed. .

Tie ups         Koryo-electronics Maharaja whiteline-electronics Morphy Richards-electronics Sach-toothpaste Sarbar e azam Radical-rice Madhur-sugar Golden harvest-staple .

Organization structure: Big Bazaar zone President Vise President Marketing HR Category Manager Finance Manager Operation Head Marketing Head HR Head Category Manager Head Finance Head Store Manager .

VM Maintenance Cashier Security Team Leader House Keeping Team Members . HR Asst. Manager Asst.Organization structure: Big Bazaar Store Store Manager Asst. Store Manager Dept. Dept. Manager HR Visual Merchant Administration Cashing Info Tech Market Asst.

Food Firm Product Chill station • Soft drinks • Packaged juice • Milk items • Frozen food • Ice cream etc.Product Mix Apparels • DENIMS & T-Shirt • Fabrics & Cut piece • Formal wear • Casual wear • Party wear • Ethnic wear • Accessories • Under garments • Sarees etc. etc. • • . • Staples • Vegetables • Ready to eat • Imported • Imported fruits bazaar • Dairy • Tea & Products Coffee etc. Home & Personal Care • • • • • • • Shampoos Detergents Soaps Liquid wash Cream Deodrants Home cleaner Utensils Sundries etc.

Electronics Fashion & Jewelry Child Care • Kids wear • Toys • Kids care etc. • • • • • TV sets • Foot wear • Washing • Beauty Care Machine etc. . Other services Bakery Loot mart Future Money Loyalty membership card • Exchange offers etc.Contd. • Refrigerators • Micro ovens • Small Appliances • Laptops • Computer accessories etc.

Big Bazaar Suppliers Inspection Warehouse Shelves Quality check .Supply Chain.

Supply Chain Process of Big Bazaar Supplier Manufacturer Distributor Retailer .

. Opportunities • Organized retail growing at >20% CAGR. Weaknesses • SCM in real sense yet to evolve • Push mechanism in ordering • Least focus on quality. • Unorganized retail. Threats • Competitors like Wal-Mart and Carrefore. • Exponentially growing Indian middle class. • Government policies.SWOT analysis Strengths • State-of-the-art infrastructure • Variety of formats supporting each other. • Better understanding of Indian suppliers. • Growing preference to organized shopping.

unlike Wal-Mart where these centers act as developers of suppliers. The Big Bazaar distribution centers act as warehouses alone. . 2. There is no pull mechanism in order-generation and it depends largely on the decisions by individual category managers on weekly basis whereas in WalMart. it is a daily pull mechanism based on store consumption.Conclusion 1.

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