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Porter's 5 forces on Nano

  1. 1. PORTER’S 5 FORCES Samarjit Barat Akram Zamir Syeda Yeram Saradindu Mandal Anjanna Biswas Madhumita Chatterjee
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION :-  The Porter’s Five Forces tool is a simple but powerful tool for understanding where power lies in a business situation.  This is useful, because it helps you understand both the strength of your current competitive position, and the strength of a position you’re looking to move into.
  3. 3. BRAND ON WHICH WE ARE ANALYZING THE PORTER’S 5 FORCES :-
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION ABOUT BRAND :-  Price of this car is between Rs. 149340 – Rs.210187.  It is launched on 2009.  The Tata Nano is an inexpensive, rear-engined, four-passenger city car built by the Indian company Tata Motors and is aimed primarily at the Indian domestic market.
  5. 5. APPLICATION OF PORTER’S 5 FORCES :- 1. Supplier Power : The bargaining power of suppliers is very important in a market. Powerful suppliers can impose their conditions in terms of price, quality and quantity. 2. Buyer Power : Power of buyers refers to the pressure consumers can exert on business to get them to provide high quality products, better customer, service and lower price.
  6. 6. APPLICATION OF PORTER’S 5 FORCES :- 3. Competitive Rivalry : Number and capability of your competitors – if you have many competitors, and they offer equally attractive products and services, then you’ll most likely have little power in the situation. 4. Threat of Substitution : This is affected by the ability of your customers to find a different way of doing what you do.
  7. 7. APPLICATION OF PORTER’S 5 FORCES :- 5. Threat of New Entry : Power is also affected by the ability of people to enter your market. If it costs little in time or money to enter your market and compete effectively, if there are few economies of scale in place, or if you have little protection for your key technologies, then new competitors can quickly enter your market and weaken your position. If you have strong and durable barriers to entry, then you can preserve a favorable position and take fair advantage of it
  8. 8. BARRIERS TO ENTRY 1. Time and cost of entry - Time is most essential thing while launching a product in any market. The launch of the NANO is quite viable as the demand of the small car is on the rise in the market. By the cost of the entry we mean the initial capital required to set up a new firm is very high, it makes the chances of the chances of new entrants are very less.
  9. 9. 2. Product Differentiation and Cost Advantage - The new product has to be different and attractive to be accepted by the customers. Attractiveness can be measured in the terms of the features , price etc. At this level the price of the NANO car was one thing that is attracting customers. And above all this the image , trust the name TATA carries with it.
  10. 10. THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 1. Price band - The threat that consumer will switch to a substitute product if there has been an increase in price of the product or there has been a decrease in price of the substitute product. If the price of the NANO car will increase the main expected customers ie the one switching from bike to car will not move to car and will remain in the bike only. Thus the price is kept checked in this manner.
  11. 11. 2. Buyers willingness - Products with improving price/performance tradeoffs relative to present industry products. It will determine the willingness of the buyer to but the NANO car. The willingness of the customers to go forward try the new product in the market i.e 'NANO'. They might be willing to go for the test products like Marti 800 , Santro etc.
  12. 12. COMPETITIVE RIVALRY 1. Number and Diversity of Competitor - This describes the competition between the existing firms in an industry. the current Business Policy & Competitive Strategy scenario, the small car market in India is very competitive with players like Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, Hyundai etc. which was pretty much dominated by Maruti. But with launch of Nano the 1 lakh car the whole momentum of the market has shifted. Now to be competitive in market other companies have to either slash rates of their existing model or have to go back to the drawing board and build again.
  13. 13. 2. Exit Barriers - Even if the product fails in the market its not that easy for the company to exit the market just like that because of the heavy investment it has made in the initial stage. If the NANO fails or falls flat the TATA motors will not be in a state to slow done the product even when NANO production line can be used by the other products after few modification as for NANO only the new product line were setup and huge cost were incurred.
  14. 14. BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS 1. Number of customers/ Volume of sales - If there are few buyers then they are able to dictate the terms. They pull down the cost by Bargaining. The bargaining power of buyer is high as there are lot of choice available to the buyer and the service do not vary from one manufacturer to the other. They force the manufactures to improve the quality. All this can be clearly seen in the case of NANO car the price tag at which it has been offered or the quality of the NANO car no compromises has been done at any front.
  15. 15. 2. Switching Costs - If switching to another product is simple and cheap the customers does not think much before doing it. In case of NANO car the switching cost from bike to car is too high. Thus increasing the demand of the car many fold. 3. Brand Image - The brand image of the TATA and the segment in which the NANO has been the most attractive thing in the entire package.
  16. 16. BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS 1. Number and Size of Suppliers - A company to manufacture its products requires raw material, labor etc. If there are few suppliers providing material essential to make a product then they can set the price high to capture more profit. Powerful suppliers can squeeze industry profitability to great extend. In case of NANO the supplier are limited and the size of the suppliers are big enough to bring about the controlling power in the price of the car. The NANO car has more than 128 suppliers in all and the major portion of the building cost of the car is the parts supplied by the suppliers.
  17. 17. 2. Unique Service / Product - Suppliers' products have few substitutes. Supplier industry is dominated by a few firms. The some parts of the NANO car are obtain from the supplier who them are big enough and limited substitutes are available against them. So the entire production line depends upon them only. 3. Ability to substitute - Suppliers' products have high switching costs. In many case even when substitute are available its not that easy to opt for substitute as the next product in the assembly line depends upon it. If the change in the any part is brought about the long list of depended parts also have to be changed , which in most cases is not feasible to do.
  18. 18. CONCLUSION  The average person can't come along and start manufacturing automobiles. The emergence of foreign competitors with the capital, required technologies and management skills began to undermine the market share of many automobile companies. The auto industry is considered to be an oligopoly. Many suppliers rely on one or two automakers to buy a majority of their products. If an automaker decided to switch suppliers, it could be devastating to the previous supplier's business. The bargaining power of automakers are unchallenged. Consumers are very price sensitive, they don't have much buying power as they never purchase huge volumes of cars.
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