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  • Our group as a whole has experienced a roller coaster ride during this simulation. Having major highs in year one as well as lows in year two. Since our lows came in year two we have decided to scrap the company and take the gains and invest in other ventures.
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    • 1. G3_2 – Global Tech<br />Phillip Campbell, Kyle Dougherty, Noel Gingerich, Andrew Govan, Matthew Quay.<br />
    • 2. Strategic plan<br />Acquiring/Interpreting Data<br />Focused on Work Horse<br />Fast Follower<br />Expansion <br />Decision Making <br />
    • 3. Enterprise systems<br />Decision making made easier!<br />Enables a firm to forecast the future <br />Predict how a potential decision will effect the company<br />SAP, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)<br />Helpful in many areas including…<br />Manufacturing<br />Pricing<br />Accounting<br />Marketing<br />Inventory evaluations, etc. <br />
    • 4. Without ES…<br />Managers might have a hard time assembling data they need for a comprehensive, overall picture of the organization’s operations.<br />Customers could not track their orders <br />Manufacturing could not easily communicate with finance to plan for new production<br />
    • 5. Current Situation<br />
    • 6. SWOT Analysis<br />
    • 7. Financial assessment<br />Financial performance<br />how well management is yielding profits<br />Investment in the firm’s future<br />Willingness of management-project investment<br />4.22 at end of year 2, 9.79 in Q8<br />
    • 8. Financial Assessment cont.<br />Financial risk<br />Ability to manage debt<br />1.00 = no debt, no risk<br />Our number: 0.65<br />Financial statement highlights<br />Earnings per share: <br />increased from $-35 in Quarter 6 to $-13 in Quarter 7<br /> and to $-10 in Quarter 8. <br />Operating cash flow: increased<br />From $-1.3 million in Q7 to $-720 thousand in Q8.<br />Current ratio: 0.9 in Q8<br />
    • 9. Operating Cash Flow<br />
    • 10. Financial Crystal Ball<br />Other things equal<br />Operating cash flow increased at a rate of 55% the last two quarters.<br />Also, earnings per share increased 29% the last two quarters.<br />Operating cash flow should however<br />Will take 3 or more quarters (best case scenario) to be positive<br />Earnings per share<br />will require 3 more quarters (best case scenario) to be positive<br />
    • 11. What we learned<br />No decision should be taken lightly.<br />Don’t overspend.<br />Address market trends in company strategy.<br />Emil Boasson is the man!<br />
    • 12. Conclusion<br /><ul><li>Liquidate Assets
    • 13. Invest in other ventures
    • 14. Apply our knowledge gained</li></li></ul><li>Thank YouAny Questions?<br />

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