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Iot walmart-case study

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Explores Walmart's business strategy, and using Internet of Things to solve an important problem.

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  1. 1. Innovating Walmart Roopali Aneja, Aravind Gopalakrishnan, Briana Lemon, Sohan Rane, Praveen Sundar
  2. 2. Wal-Mart in Numbers ● 11,000 stores ● 27 countries ● $15 billion annual revenue ● 2 million employees ● Market Share: 63% ● Closest Competitor: Costco (17%)
  3. 3. Business Strategy ● Maintain Cost Leadership ● Product Differentiation ● Control of IS / Tech Innovation ● Enterprise-wide Customer Satisfaction
  4. 4. IS Strategy Triangle
  5. 5. Porter’s Five Forces
  6. 6. Industry Analysis D’Aveni’s Hypercompetition (7’S) 1. Superior Stakeholder Satisfaction 2. Strategic Soothsaying 3. Positioning for Speed 4. Positioning for Surprise 5. Shifting the Rules of Competition 6. Signaling Strategic Intent 7. Simultaneous and Sequential Strategic Thrusts
  7. 7. Firm Analysis Dynamic Capabilities: ● Business model - Reduce costs of supply chains ● Successful inventory & vendor management ● Supply Chain Management ● Customer Relationship Management ● Local market outlets (US) with outside retailer ● Use of NodeJS for mobile applications
  8. 8. Alignment With Business Strategy ● Applications - Cost Leadership ● Infrastructure - Enterprise-Wide Customer Satisfaction ● IS Organization - Cost Leadership ● Outsourcing - Tech Innovation ● Governance Style - Product Differentiation
  9. 9. Internet of Things ● Sensors ● Connectivity ● People ● Processes
  10. 10. Internet of Things - Example Business Strategy : Enterprise-wide customer satisfaction
  11. 11. Gartner’s Hype Chart
  12. 12. IoT Maturity - 5~10 years Documents: Devices: Source: Visual Capitalist
  13. 13. A Value-Added Solution Empty Shelves Grumpy Customers Understaffed Stores $3 Billion Opportunity
  14. 14. To Adopt or Not Adopt? 1984: Barcode & Satellites 2003: RFID 2015: IoT?
  15. 15. QUESTIONS?

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