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  • 1. ISHAN INSTITIUTE OF MANAGEMENT & TECHNOLOGY
    A SUMMER TRAINING PRESENTATION ON
    “R0LE OF FINANCE IN WARE HOUSE”
    PRESENTED BY-
    RISHI GUPTA
    ENR -FMR3022
  • 2. International
  • 3. FMCG SECTOR IN INDIA
    • PERSONAL CARE- Oral care, hair care, soaps, cosmetics, toiletries
    • 4. HOUSEHOLD CARE - Fabric wash and household cleaners
    • 5. BRANDED AND PACKAGED FOOD, BEVERAGES - Health beverages, soft drinks, staples, cereals, dairy products, chocolates, bakery products.
    • 6. TOBACCO
    In India, companies like ITC, HLL, Colgate, Cadbury and Nestle have been a dominant force in the FMCG sector
    It is the fourth largest sector in the economy and is responsible for 5% of the total factory employment in India.
    As per the Consumer Survey by KSA-Technopak, of the total consumption expenditure, almost 40% and 8% was accounted by groceries and personal care products respectively
  • 7.    ORGANIZATION INFORMATION
    • Pepsi Company is a large conglomerate with interests in manufacturing, marketing and selling a wide variety of carbonated and non-carbonated beverages, as well as salty, sweet and grain-based snacks.
    • 8. PepsiCo is a world leader in convenient snacks, foods and beverages, with revenues of more than $39 billion and over 185,000 employees.
    • 9. PepsiCo International (PI)PI includes all PepsiCo businesses in the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa.
    • 10. PepsiCo (symbol: PEP) IN NYSE, Headquarter in NEW YORK.
    • 11. PepsiCo is (PEP)= Rs.67 (on an average)
  • COMPANY HISTORY
    In 1893, Caleb Bradham,a young pharmacist from New Bern, North Carolina, had a soda fountain in his drugstore, served his customers refreshing drinks, that he created himself.
    His most popular beverage was something he called "Brad's drink" made of carbonated water, sugar, vanilla, rare oils, “PEPSIN” and cola nuts.
    In 1898, Caleb Bradham wisely bought the trade name "Pep Cola" for $100 from a competitor from NewYork.
    The new name was trademarked on June 16th, 1903.
     
  • 12. 6 years share price
    5 years trend
  • 13. PepsiCo’s Plant
    Indenting
    Primary Sale
    Distributor
    Secondary Sale
    Market / Retailers
    Consumer
    SALES AND DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL
  • 14. DISTRIBUTORS CLAIM SETTLEMENT
     
    It is the process through which the distributors of the area comes under COBO (company owned bottling operations) or FOBO (franchise owned bottling operations), settled their account at the last of the every month.
    Reconciliation of accounts.
    Distributors claim settlement is the document of total 12 annexure in which-
     
    SUMMARY
    NOC
    STOCK & SALES / VOLUME CONTROL SHEET
    FIXED /CARD ACCOUNTS DETAILS
    UPFRONTS OUT LET DETAILS
    VARIABLE SCHEME DETAILS
    SUB DISTRIBUTION SUMMARY
    RA / PSR INCENTIVE & SUPPORT AND DISTRIBUTOR SUPPORT
    VAT REIMBURSEMENT CLAIM
    A&M SPENDS DETAILS
    OTHER EXPENSES
    VISI,PMX Volume Tracker
  • 15. SUMMARY- It is the summary of all the sheets and annexure included in the whole document . In this form the dealers name and address with stamp has been addressed.
    NOC - This NOC (no objection certificate) is being issued for the clearance of the accounts. Before granting any scheme or prizes to the distributors company issues a no objection certificate to the distributor by showing which he can get the awards and prizes.
    STOCK & SALES / VOLUME CONTROL SHEET - in which all the stock has been mentioned with their details. Like how many bottles of Pepsi nimbuz has been sold to distributor of each size of bottle 200 ml, 300ml. It’s also reconciling the opening stock, purchase, closing stock, sale, discount given with the company’s book and distributor’s book.
    FIXED/CARD ACCOUNTS DETAILS- There has been basically 3 types of accounts KEY ACCOUNTS, CARD ACCOUNTS, SMALL DISTRIBUTORS ACCOUNT, the details of all accounts and their balance payments has been shown in this annexure.
  • 16. UPFRONTS OUT LET DETAILS - Account of outlets which has been set up by distributors individually.
    VARIABLE SCHEME DETAILS- On which date the schemes or free pack has been given, the amount which has been deduct from the secondary sale, etc
    SUB DISTRIBUTION SUMMARY- right to sell the products to a particular individual, firm or agency for a particular area.
    RA / PSR INCENTIVE & SUPPORT AND DISTRIBUTOR SUPPORT- This annexure specially illustrates those wages, salary and bonus gives to them.
    VAT REIMBURSEMENT CLAIM - This annexure exclusively gives the information about the VAT (value added tax) already paid by the distributors. Because it is the procedure of VAT that the tax paid by the purchaser will reimbursed his tax from his sequential seller.
  • 17. A&M SPENDS DETAILS - The expenses which are incurred in advertisement and maintenance of the warehouse shown in this annexure.
    OTHER EXPENSES - other expenses likesampling, octroi, utc has been shown in this annexure.
    VISI,PMX Volume Tracker – Company established his own freezer the total sales of that visi is shown in this annexure.
  • 18. TYPES OF ACCOUNT
    KEY ACCOUNT
    S.D (small distributors account)
    CARD ACCOUNT
  • 19. 1-SMALL DISTRIBUTORS ACCOUNTS
    • Opened for some selected people or say some selected area where
    company’s executives believes that it will be profitable to do a business
    through distributors rather than self.
    2-CARD ACCOUNT
    • An agreement between retailers and company .
    • 20. In this account a card is maintainwhich is usually for 1 year
    3-KEY ACCOUNT
    • These are very special accounts or agreements
    • 21. a retailer has to sell only company’s product in against which
    • 22. retailer is provided with special discount on payments
  • RETURNS ON INVESTMENT
    • A performance measure used to evaluate the efficiency of an investment
    • 23. Compare the efficiency of a number of different investments
    GAIN FROM INVESTMENT – COST OF INVESTMENT
    ROI=
    COST OF INVESTMENT
  • 24. ILLUSTRATION -
    A Distributor, ZX beverages,{ deposit 50,000 rs. as security deposit with the company for operating his activities in a defined area. For the proper operation he invested Rs 2,00,000 in land acquisition, Rs. 1,50,000 in vehicles', Rs 20,000 in labour and Rs 30,000 in machines.}
    The total sales of the distributor is Rs 60,00,000. where he is entitled to get the commission @ 12% on total sales.
    Calculate his Return On Investment .
  • 25. GAIN FROM INVESTMENT – COST OF INVESTMENT
    ROI=
    COST OF INVESTMENT
    TOTAL COST-
    50000+2,00,000+1,50,000+ 1,50,000
    20,000+30,000 = 6,00,000`
    TOTAL GAIN-
    12% OF 60,00,000- 6,00,000 = 1,20,000
    ROI= 1,20,000 * 100 = 20%
    6,00,000
  • 26. INVENTORY CONTROL
    LIFO
    FIFO
    GOBY
    (GREEN ORANGE BLUE YELLOW)
  • 27. FINDINGS
     The market share of Pepsico is more than Coke
     The distribution channel of both company is very bad.
     Advertising policy of Pepsi is better than Coca Cola.
     Retailers are highly dissatisfied with salesmen
    behavior.
     Company relation with retailers is credit based
  • 28.  There are very less effort for promoting sales.
     There are no direct communication between retailers and
    company.
     There are no any route incharge.
     Retailers are not aware about company scheme and
    product development.
     Scheme is not distributed honestly among retailers
  • 29. SUGGESTION
    An inspection officer should be recruited who perform surprise inspection of the market and find out the problems.
    Salary of the sales personals should be increased so they may not indulge in fraud to retailers.
    The vehicles of the agency should be inspected so the delivery should be maintained.
    The supply from the factory to the agency should be good especially the brands like DEW.
  • 30. BIBILOGRAPHY-
    • http://www.google.co.in/
    • 31. http://www.google.co.in/search?hl=en&q=total+market+share+of+pepsi+and+colddrink+in+india&btnG=Search&aq=o&aqi=&aql=&oq=&gs_rfai=
    • 32. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PepsiCo
    • 33. indian financial management/ i m pandey/ 268
  • 34. THANK YOU