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  1. 1. Phase II Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. Janki V Garg Gaurav Somani
  2. 2. Overview of Company • Company Name: Hindustan Coca Cola Beverages Pvt. Ltd. • Industry: Beverage • Plant Location: Kaladera (Jaipur) • Area served: Entire Rajasthan • Turnover (annually): 340 crore Rs. • Year of Establishment: 1999 • Employees: 600-650 • Nature: Manufacturer
  3. 3. EARLIER TO CURRENT
  4. 4. TECHNIQUES • Techniques is a specific tool for alter the way a business analysis task is performed or describe a specific form the output of a task may take. • A task may have none, one, or more related techniques. • A technique must be related to at least one task.
  5. 5. CONTD.. • Following techniques that we opted are :  Process Modeling  Data Flow diagram  Focus Groups  SWOT Analysis  Brainstorming
  6. 6. PROCESS MODELING • A process is initiated by an event in the business domain, such as a sale of a product to a customer or a failure to complete a transaction. • It is used to understand how work that involves multiple roles and departments is performed within an organization. • It involves a number of activities that are used by a sequence flow. • A process is repeatable and may have multiple paths to completion.
  7. 7. DIAGRAMS OF PROCESS MODELING Start and end symbols Processing steps Conditional or decision
  8. 8. SOFT DRINK OPERATING MODEL Syrup Producer Bottler Distributer Merchandiser/ Final Customer
  9. 9. PRODUCTION PROCESS MODEL Ingredient Mixing&Blending Sweetener Secret Formula CO2 Washing & Rinsing Water Coding Formula Syrup Co2 Adding Materials Labeling H20 & Sugar Capping Filling Packaging & Inspection Warehouse Delivery
  10. 10. DATA FLOW DIAGRAM • It shows how information is input, processed, stored and output from a system. • The DFD provides a visual representation of how information is moved through a system. • It shows the processes of the system that transform data. • The Data Stores in which data is collected for some period of time.
  11. 11. SYSTEM DECOMPOSITION
  12. 12. CONTEXT LEVEL DIAGRAM Delivery notice & invoice Order Negotiation CUSTOMER Customer Order SUPPLIER Purchase order Raw Materials Manufacturing Company CUSTOMER Products
  13. 13. FOCUS GROUPS • It is an opportunity for individuals to share their own perspectives and discuss them in a group setting. • The work of a focus group may be similar to that done in a brainstorming session. • One difference is that a focus group is typically more systematic and structured. Another difference is that a brainstorming session’s goal is to broad, creative, even exaggerated ideas. actively seek
  14. 14. CONTD… • The topic of the focus group for the company will influence who should be recruited. If coca cola company is likely to manufacture new product, it’s likely that existing users (experts and experienced) should be included. • Ability to elicit data from a group of people. • Efficiency in operations and effective for learning people’s attitudes, experiences and desires.
  15. 15. SWOT Analysis • This techniques scan the internal and external environment. • It provides information that is helpful in matching the firm’s resources and capabilities to the competitive environment in which it operates.
  16. 16. SWOT analysis of the company => STRENGTHS  Strong and reliable distribution network  The company have a strong brand image  Low cost of operations. WEAKNESSES  Company’s export levels is very low.  Government regulations and their restrictions
  17. 17. Contd... => OPPORTUNITIES  Large domestic market  Export Potential  Higher Income among people => THREATS  Tax and regulatory sector  Slowdown in rural demand
  18. 18. BRAIN STORMING • Brainstorming is a technique intended to produce a broad or diverse set of options. • The aim of brainstorming is to produce numerous new ideas and to derive from them themes for further analysis. • It works by focusing on a topic or problem, and then coming up with many possible solutions to it.
  19. 19. Contd... • In this project, we collect data of a company through taking interviews from managers, internet etc. and identifies various problems like: – Achieve target in limited selling period. – Machines break down at the peak time of sales. – Maintaining of stock in a warehouse is big challenge for managers during seasonal period. – Sometimes sales persons are unable to sale product to retailers as it is not in form of their demand.
  20. 20. RECOMMENDATIONS – Advance planning by top level managers is necessary to increase sales in a limited time. – Proper labeling on products which creates proper identity of the brand whether it is outsourced from other plant or a company’s product. – The researcher also analyzed that there is regularly breakdown taking place in the company so to improve this we can recruit more and more professional technicians which helps in increasing the profit share of the economy and also the sales growth.

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