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    • National Foods Management Information System
    • Presented By: Zohaib Hassan
    • Discussion Points • Intro (National Foods) • Current Situation Management • Issues • Solutions • Benefits
    • Introduction (National Foods) • Start its operations in Pakistan since year 1970. Concept of Spice Company. • Single food firm in Pakistan to have ISO 9001 and HACCP certifications along with SAP business technology to drive the Firm strong pledge to quality & management brilliance. • Protects the health of their customers & protects them from illness and Diseases. • Protect their customers from & unwholesome, unsanitary, mislabeled food. • Contribute toward economic growth by maintaining international and domestic trade.
    • Intro (Continue … ) – Products • An international product sold in over 35 states. • Providing healthy & clean food products to their customers. • These foods reduce time spent in kitchen as they give great efficient formulas to make food. These products give more amazing life style. • National Foods protects the health of their customers and protects them from illness and Diseases. • National foods protect their customers from and unwholesome, unsanitary, mislabeled food. • Masala • Ketchup • Jams • Rice • Desserts Powdered drink • Pickles • Chinese • Snacks • Plain Spices & • Salt.
    • Sales Of National Foods (2007-2012) 2000000 3000000 3500000 4500000 5300000 7100000 0 1000000 2000000 3000000 4000000 5000000 6000000 7000000 8000000 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2007-2012 Sales
    • MIS Problems Capacity Management • There is no just in time strategy so that sometimes they become unable to manage their capacity. • They do not have proper capacity management systems installed. Inventory Management • They have not any ERP and RFID systems installed so that they face inventory management issues. • For these issues they faced many loss in sale because they don’t know how many products has been manufactured.
    • MIS Solution Capacity Management • Apply just in time technique to overcome overcapacity problem. • The overcapacity problem sometimes increases due to its competitors, i.e. Unilever Foods and Shan Foods. Because the most reliable and durable solution for overcapacity can comes under incentive adjusting capacity correcting measures. • National foods are using lead strategy to manage their capacity but Average capacity strategy is most pertinent strategy. Inventory Management • They adopt ERPs and RFID system to solve their inventory management issues. • They Installed RFID system is the best remedy that can overcome the problem of mismanaged inventory. • Group similar items should be aligned together. They used proper codes for each items and Bar code for their identification.
    • Benefits • Reduced paper work • Reduce costs • Per product cost will be easily calculated • Better image of the organization • Interaction between suppler and manufacturer is less. • Time saving • Just in time delivery
    • Yahya, F., Ali, S. A., Mir, Z., Yaqoob, M. & Khan, U. A. (2013). Significant Analysis for Financial Statements: An Empirical Study of National and Unilever Foods. Research Journal of Finance and Accounting. 4 (1). 26-34. Reference
    • Thank You So Much Question & Answers ?