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Realistic and through recommendations on how your chosen organisation could improve its quality expectations, with an explanation of the changes the recommendations would bring out. Delivery Vehicles If Asda realistically wanted

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Realistic and through recommendations on how your chosen organisation could improve its quality expectations, with an explanation of the changes the recommendations would bring out. Delivery Vehicles If Asda realistically wanted to better their quality standards then they could hire and train more drivers to handle deliveries. This is because the lack of drivers will slow down the amount of deliveries that can be delivered. So it is ideal to invest in at least two or three new drivers. This will mean there will be more expenditure, as Asda will have to invest in at least one more van but it will prove beneficial as customers will get there order in time without to much fuss. If Asda was to hire the extra deliverymen then it could prove quite costly and shifts may have to be altered, this could mean that some workers will get some days of and some people can day and night shifts. All this will prove beneficial in the end because Asda will know that their customer's orders will arrive on time. This will help Asda gain more of a surplus and more customers. ...read more.

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It is worth Asda looking into an extra van or two but it will all depend on the expenditure of marinating it this could include * Fuel * Road Tax * Insurance All the things listed above are key points and are important to Asda if they were to invest in a new vehicle. It is a pretty realistic target and it will benefit mainly the elderly people who like to order their products by phone because they can't move around that much. Overall I think it would be good for Asda to invest in a new van, as they know they are keeping up with deadlines and they can take in more deliveries then before. Loyalty Cards Loyalty Cards should be introduced to Asda, as they are very convenient. Nowadays supermarkets like Sainsburys use a card called The Nectar reward card this is helpful to customers, as they know each product brought can help them gain points. Asda should introduce a similar scheme this is because with a certain amount of points the customer can gain a free gift or a certain amount of money of on there next order. Loyalty cards are simple and easy to set up. ...read more.

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they want from the store, this could either be a Film or even an Album but the Gifts have to be around �10 to �20. If you have more then 2000 points then you can get another gift that is above �20. The points are unlimited so if you have 7000 points you can get a mini Television that is worth �70. This will not require to many changes, as it will be a nice and simple scheme to set up. Customers can receive the cards in store when they get their goods from a checkout. When the customer receives the card the customer will have to fill in certain details such as name, address and phone number. This is required because the customer can get monthly statements on the amounts of points they have and to inform the customer on special offers that are in the store. Some labels might have to be altered to show the value of points on each product. This is a good recommendation to the Asda store and Customers, as it will attract people to come back and shop at Asda more often instead of visiting once a month. ?? ?? ?? ?? A2 ...read more.

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