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ISM 2

  1. 1. Information Strategy & Management Shri Deshpande
  2. 2. Various Business Models • Bricks & Clicks – Offline and Online product purchase • Collective Business Models – Sharing resources • Component Business Model (IBM) – Focus on reuse • Franchise (McDonald) • Razor and Blades – Offering basic product at low cost and charge for refill or associated products (Cell Phone / Air Time, Reader Free /Writer charged, Printer Free /Cartridge costly)http://www.radiantminds.co.in
  3. 3. Business Models • 1950 - Toyota & McDonald • 1960 - Wal-Mart • 1970 - FedEx & Toys R Us • 1980 - Block Buster & Dell • 1990 - e-Bay, Amazon • 2000 - Adobe, HPhttp://www.radiantminds.co.in
  4. 4. Business Models • Today’s Mantra – – Reaching large number of customers with minimum cost – Marketing through Social Networking – Make business available on mobile – Hosting application in cloud – Collaboration and Integration – Information on finger tips – Using Freeware / Open sourcehttp://www.radiantminds.co.in
  5. 5. McDonald • Fast Food Restaurant • Serving more than 58 million customers daily • Vision – Speedy Service System • Revenue – Rent, Royalties, Franchise, Training • Locations – 32,000 worldwide • Revenue – 24 Billion USD • Net income – 4 Billion • Assets – 31 Billion • Employees – 400,000http://www.radiantminds.co.in
  6. 6. McDonald • Modern Fast-food restaurant • Counter Service and Drive-through • Indoor and Outdoor seating • Play area for childrens • McExpress – Shopping malls • McStop – Truckers and Travelers • McCafe (Coffee) • Investors in properties (15% are owned by them) • Single largest purchaser of raw food item (contract farming)http://www.radiantminds.co.in
  7. 7. Wal-Mart • Chain of Discount dept. stores and warehouses • World’s largest public corporation • 8900 stores in 15 countries • Revenue – 421 Billion • Employees – 2.1 million • Assets – 180 billion • Purchases from all around the world • SCM, Logistics, HR …..http://www.radiantminds.co.in
  8. 8. FedEX • Express shipping • Small package ground service • Less than truckload service • Custom duty and tax information services • Acquired Kinkos - Printing and office soln. • Parcel Direct – home delivery • Revenue – USD 34 Billion • Owns flights, trucks and number of other vehicleshttp://www.radiantminds.co.in
  9. 9. Blockbuster • Provides Home Video and Video games rental • DVD-by-mail • Streaming Videos on demand • Employees – 60,000, Revenue – 6.4 Billion • Use lot of business intelligence while keeping videos in store • Become bankrupt in 2010 as technology changed and there was lot of internet piracyhttp://www.radiantminds.co.in
  10. 10. Starbucks • Largest Coffeehouse in the world • 17,009 stores across 50 countries • Hear Music • Markets Books, Music and Films • Many products are seasonal and locality specifichttp://www.radiantminds.co.in

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