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Integrated marketing channels

  1. 1. Integrated Marketing Channels Prepared By, Sagar Gadekar
  2. 2. Importance of Channel Integration Bridge the Gap. Streamline the Physical and Information. Reduces the Levels of Opportunism. Reduce the Uncertainty, cost and Risk. Degree of Integration. Better Management. Better Co-ordination. Barrier of other Competitors.
  3. 3. Types of Channel Integration. Horizontal Marketing Systems.(HMS) Vertical Marketing Systems.(VMS) Multi channel Distribution Systems/ Hybrid Marketing System.
  4. 4. Horizontal Marketing Systems.(HMS) Advantages of HMS Horizontal integration of related businesses allows them to achieve economies of the scale by selling more of the same product through geographic expansion. Horizontal marketing system includes the economies of the scope through synergies achieved by sharing of resources common to different products, and reduction in the cost of international trade by operating factories in foreign countries. Disadvantages of VMS The integration of business may result in problems related to size such as lack of coordination. Conflicts between members. Decrease in Flexibility.
  5. 5. Vertical Marketing Systems Advantages of VMS It is easier to control channel behavior. It is easier to eliminate conflicts that results when independent channel members pursue their own objectives. It improves distribution efficiency by combining the efforts of individual channel members. The economies of scale through the size, bargaining power and eliminating of duplicating services can be achieved.
  6. 6. Multi channel Distribution Systems/ HybridMarketing System. Advantages. Increasein Market Coverage. Lower Channel Cost. More Customized Selling. Disadvantages More channel conflicts. Problem in Controlling. Degree of Freedom. Non cooperation among the different channel.
  7. 7. Consumers Goods Channel Alternatives for Consumer Goods. Producer – Consumer (0 level Channel). Producer –Retailer– Consumer (1 Level) Producer– Wholesaler– Retailer– Consumer(2Level) Producer –Agent– Wholesaler—Retailer—Consumer (3 Level) Producer—Wholesalers –Agent—Jobbers—Retailers– Consumers (4 Level)
  8. 8. Industrial Goods Producer – User. Producer– Industrial –User. Producer –Industrial Distributor—Reseller— User. Producer– Agent– User. Producer—Agent—Industrial Distributors— User.
  9. 9. Channel Alternative for Services. Producer– Consumer. Produces – Agent– Consumer.
  10. 10. Thank You.

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