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Feasibility Report For ABC Bakeries Current System At first ABC Bakeries produced traditional range of bread products and pastries. They were wholesalers who specialised in supplying to local supermarkets. This system gave the company assured sales and therefore assured profits. However there has been a decline in net profits due to pressure for the supermarkets to reduce prices. ABC Bakeries decided to develop a retail side of their business. Profits from the retailing side are quite promising. Problems with the current system They are only fit for large scale production. They are geared up for large deliveries to supermarkets; small irregular quantities to shops are causing problems. They have little knowledge in the management area of the retail sales end of the firm and also managing the staff who work in these areas. Property management is also causing problems. Proposed new system The proposed new system is to develop an internet based business selling the speciality products on line to customers. In order to identify the needs of the new system I have to conduct a thorough investigation. Investigation into proposed new system For the proposed system to work the financial return must outweigh the cost. ...read more.

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How much will it cost for staff morale? Taking into consideration that the staff will have to work at a higher speed of production which can be de motivating. The company should also look into appraisal in order to keep employees motivated. There are different methods of appraisal in which the company can use. The management are also biased toward large scale production and have little experience in retail sales. The company should consider in sending the current management team to an off-the-job training session to hopefully increase the knowledge. The company needs to know how much this would cost. However the company should consider is it cheaper to advertise and recruit a new management team than it would be to train the existing management team and if so the company should look into this. The company should also consider employing more permanent staff instead of the transient staff. The company should look into how many permanent staff the company would need to employ and how much this would cost. I recommend that the company looks into great detail of the question that I have asked above. Given that the wholesale area of the company will not improve. ...read more.

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5. Director of Finance To deal with the handling and control of money. " Bringing tasty food to you" Job Title: Team leader Start date: ASAP Job Description: The successful candidate will be responsible for managing and controlling ABCs website client e-commerce website. You would be responsible for ensuring on-time, on-budget delivery of multiple orders, maintaining the website and high levels of client satisfaction. Responsibilities: Day to day activities include overall workflow management. You'll have fantastic communication skills, love leading small teams and have keen operational and people management ability. Qualifications required: Up to bachelors degree level. Also helpful if candidates have the following: * Working knowledge in ICT. * Strong commercial awareness. * Excellent communication skills. * Strong commitment to customer satisfaction. Salary: �22,000-�24,000. Instructions for applicants: Please email CV and covering letter detailing suitability for the role and recent achievements. Good Luck! Contact: abcbakeries@ulster.ac.uk Systems analysis is the interdisciplinary part of Science, dealing with analysis of sets of interacting entities, the systems, often prior to their automation as computer systems, and the interactions within those systems. This field is closely related to operations research. It is also "an explicit formal inquiry carried out to help someone, referred to as the decision maker, identify a better course of action and make a better decision than he might otherwise have made."[1] ?? ?? ?? ?? Page 1 ...read more.

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