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Product Life Cycle

  1. 1. Product Life Cycle Ashwin Joshi M.Tech. CAD / CAM
  2. 2. Two terms….1.Product.2.Life cycle.What is Product ?
  3. 3. 1.Product  It is object .  Any thing which you see around . eg. Mobile,laptop,shoes,sunglasses, …..Next….Life Cycle
  4. 4. 2.Life Cycle. Nokia 3310
  5. 5. Bajaj Scooter
  6. 6. The life cycle refers to the periodfrom the product’s first launch intothe market until its finalwithdrawal.Different products have different typesof life cycles.It is split up in phases.
  7. 7. PhasesThe product’s life cycle - period usually consistsof five major phases : 1. Product development. 2. Introduction. 3. Growth. 4. Maturity. 5. Decline.
  8. 8. Product Life Cycle Graph
  9. 9. 1.Product development.Product development phase begins when a company finds and develops a new product idea.This involves translating various pieces of information and incorporating them into a new product.
  10. 10. 2.IntroductionThe introduction phase of a product includes the product launch.A company must be prepared to spent a lot of money and get only a small proportion of that back. Sales Low sales Costs High cost per customer Profits Negative
  11. 11. 3.GrowthThe growth phase offers the satisfaction of seeing the product take-off in the marketplace.This is the appropriate timing to focus on increasing the market share. Sales Rapidly rising sales Costs Average cost per customer Profits Rising profits
  12. 12. 4.MaturityAll competitors are represented in terms of an alternative product, the maturity phase arrives.Pricing and discount policies are often changed in relation to the competition policies.This is the time to extend the product’s life. Sales Peak sales Costs Low cost per customer Profits High profits
  13. 13. 5.DeclineIssues such as maintenance, spare part availability are some issues that increase the complexity of the decision process to withdraw a product from the market.This is the time to start withdrawing variations of the product from the market that are weak in their market position Sales Declining sales Costs Low cost per customer Profits Declining profits
  14. 14.  Product Life Cycle for New Product
  15. 15. THE END

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