After the first case study of C2D, the second case study titled "Bounce of C2D? is presented. This first deliverable is an overview of the project that presents the new management of stock. Schemes and explications will show our final solution, which is based to a restocking set time and quantity variable. This is based on a previous request to redefine the architecture for the new management of stock C2D.
The objective of the third deliverable is to make a study of the second hand service market and predict if it may be interesting for C2D to develop this kind of service for electronics goods. We produce two hypotheses for this service, one profitable and the other to develop a very profitable marketing tool for the company.
The solution which has been retained is the second. The second hand service will be used as tool marketing, and to privilege the fresh products.
[...] However it's needed to consider the balance of the second hand service. The more expected balance, is a profit of 10 000$ but this margin is very short and the variation of sales could bring back this profit to 0. In term of image for the company, the profit is maximal for the company, and the second hand service will be a wonderful marketing tool. Considering the 33% for customers interested by the second hand service, an increase of customers between 5 to 10% in new sale service is reasonable, it's represent in term of profit, a benefit of to 500 000$ Conclusion To conclude, we advice to choose the second assumption because the increase of your image so the increase of the customers is more profitable in short and long term for the company. [...]
[...] More other, the company will propose very interesting premiums for the products which will bring back in shop. The system of scale will be preserve to stimulate the buy of new product. According to these assumptions, the balance of this service will be equal to or shortly profitable, the objective is to satisfying customers and increases the number of customer in order to sell as new products as possible. The second hand service is a marketing tool for the company. [...]
[...] It exports the materiel in countries of the Third World too. With this association you just will have the transport of the goods in your charge The law in France The France has equally signed the Basel Convention but, contrary to the Canada, has signed the Ban Amendment. So there is also a necessity of proximity, transportation cost puts aside. There is also a European directive relative to the Waste of Electronic and Electrical Equipment decree (decree WEEE Cf. Annexe) which imposes the systematic selective waste disposal of one's components, the reuse, the recycling and the upgrading of the WEEE collected. [...]
[...] The out-of-stock probability parameter has a direct influence on store and warehouse inventory capacity surface. In stores: In effect, the difference between a out-of-stock probability of and a out-of-stock probability of is about 32m². It's quite few comparing to the total store surface of 500 but it can be very useful if we want to use that free space for a second hand activity. With our new stock management system C2D will free, comparing to the old one, about 200m² which represent 40% of the global store surface. [...]
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