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Supply Chain Management of retail stores and traditional retail outlets

Supply Chain Management of retail stores and traditional retail outlets

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    • SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENTRETAIL SECTORS(ORGANIZED AND UNORGANIZED Presented By:- Snehalata Yadav Skeh Ali Rajeshwari
    • ORGANIZED SECTOR Which has certain rules and regulations Company should be registered Examples of organized sectors - Reliance -Big Bazaar -LG showroom
    • BIG BAZAAR Big Bazaar is a part of Future Group Big Bazaar is a hypermarket in India Big Bazaar store offers more than 100 stores all over the country Includes rural and towns also Reasonable price
    • FACILITY AT BIG BAZAAR Online shopping Discounts Security checks Pricing strategy bundling
    • SUPPLY CHAIN AT ORGANIZED SECTOR Manufacturing Packaging warehouse Inward process dispatch Minimum store
    • UNORGANIZED SECTOR No prescribed rules and norms More perceived rather then implied Not certified by government
    • PROCESS OF SCM IN UNORGANIZED SECTOR Intermediary/Distribut Incurring cost or Retailer Customer
    • SCM OF ORGANIZED SECTOR/UNORGANIZED Inventory management Capacity utilization Transportation cost Ordering cost Profit margin
    • RESULT OF THE STUDY FOR ORGANIZED Risk takers systematic process Technology used Proper flow of goods Customer loyalty Customer satisfaction
    • FOR UNORGANIZED SECTOR No promotional scheme Less use of technology Involvement of intermediary No promotional schemes Low risk Not enough variety of products
    • LEARNING FROM THE PROJECT Sustenance in the market Profit margin Effective capacity planning Quality maintenance controlling