• Dollar General Store
    One of the most successful retailers in America is the small town oriented Dollar General Store. The value and convenience offered by Dollar General Store focuses mostly on low, middle and fixed income families in rural areas that are not normally served by larger retailers. The current programs us
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  • Dollar General Case
    Dollar General: Case Study #1 Timothy Mayer Professor Perreira 02/01/2010 Executive Summary: Dollar General Corporation is a leader in the discount retail industry, but clearly could use new information systems to further establish its presence and dominate the industry. The ability o
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  • Dollar General
    Garret Bollom MGT 4335 3:30 April 30, 2012 Executive Summary Corporate Level Part 1: History Part 2: Corporate Level Analysis Part 3: Financial Analysis Business Level Part 1: Internal Analysis Part 2: External Analysis Part 3: Overall Business-Level Analysis
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  • Dollar General and the Extreme Value Retailing = Industry – Internal Analysi
    1. What is Dollar General's strategy to compete? Dollar General has done an outstanding job of consistently implementing a focused low cost strategy. The company's strategic intent of being a customer-driven distributor of consumable basics and its effort has resulted in 6,300 stores in 27 state
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  • Dollar General Case Study
    Q1: Describe Dollar General's business strategy. What has the company been so successful? A1: Dollar General's main business strategy is to focus on being the leading distributors of consumable basics, with 30% of the merchandise at $1.00 or less. Dollar General believes in maintaining an assortm
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  • Dollar General: Heavy on Organization, Light on Systems
    Week-1 Assignment CASE STUDY Dollar General: Heavy on Organization, Light on Systems Managing Technology for Organizations April 20, 2006 Dollar General, a family of small, neighborhood store delivers with convenience and value on the basics needs of their customer. The store vows to h
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  • Dollar General Analysis
    Memo To: Management From: Date: [ 11/10/2010 ] Re: Competitive strategy Confidential Over the last several years Dollar General has seen great success with the strategies currently in place. With potential changes in the economy and some situations presently in the company Dollar General mu
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  • Dollar General Analysis
    Valuation and Analysis of Dollar General Table of Contents Executive Summary……………………………………………………1 Overview of Dollar General…………………………………………6 Five Forces Model..............................................………..9 R
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  • Dollar General
    Running Head: DOLLAR GENERAL 1Dollar General StrategiesGlenda ReeseManagerial Marketing BUS 620Professor Mary WrightJuly 8, 2012 DOLLAR GENERAL 2 Dollar General Strategies Two important strategy concepts that need to be implemented for successful marketing within a business are market segmenta
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  • Dollar General Case Study Analysis
    Dollar General Case Study Analysis Background J.L. Turner and son Cal Turner founded Dollar General in 1939 as a wholesale dry goods retailer. They quickly changed their business to retail and opened their first dollar store in Kentucky, 1955. The company went public 14 years later and eventually
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  • Dollar General
    Dollar General Cletajo Hollingsworth Fundamentals of E-business BUS 107 Section 013016 Instructor: Gerry Waldrop August 7, 2011 Abstract In this report, I will discuss how Dollar General became the largest small box discounter operating more locations than any other retailer. Dollar Genera
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  • Dollar General
    Date: April 30th 2013 Dollar General Business Proposal Executive Summary Our group performed an analysis of Dollar General’s external and internal environment, which included a Porters Five Forces breakdown. Those findings as well as analysis on the company’s financial statements formed
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  • Dollar General Case Analysis
     Intuitively one might assume that Dollar General, the well-known extreme-value retailer, has an established competitive advantage versus other consumer goods retailers with respect to price. It would then follow that cost would be a defining characteristic of the company, and a cost...
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  • Dollar General Industry and Competitive Analysis
    Dollar General Industry and Competitive Analysis INDUSTRY The first step to understanding a company is to examine its industry. There are four main areas to consider when analyzing an industry. These include: • Competitors There are several different types of stores within the discou
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  • Dollar General Can Continue Growing at Its Current Rate?
    The business strategy of Dollar General was very successful allowing the company to gain its top rank against other discount retail competitors. The factors for the success have been discussed above. To summarize, we all opine that Dollar General can grow continuously at its current rate with some
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  • Dollar General vs. Wal-Mart
    Executive Summary With only 30% of its sales coming from dollar items, Dollar General is competing on a larger scale with more known product brands. Educating the consumer in order to change their perception of dollar stores will increase sales and generate larger average dollars spent by a custome
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  • Dollar General Industry and Competitive Analysis
    Dollar General Industry And Competitive Analysis Dollar General Industry and Competitive Analysis INDUSTRY The first step to understanding a company is to examine its industry. There are four main areas to consider when analyzing an industry. These include: • Competitors There are seve
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  • Dollar General
    An analysis of Dollar General Corporation’s information technology systems Dollar General Corporation is a competitive and successful company in the discount retail industry that has experienced an increase in revenue the last few years. The key to their success has been to cater their goods to
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  • Dollar General: Heavy on Organization, Light on Systems
    INTRODUCTION Dollar General is an aggressive, competitor in the deep discount retail industry. Recent annual sales figures totaling $6.9 billion across 29 states (close to 7,000 stores) has placed the chain at the top of the dollar store category of discount retailers, surpassing chains Family Do
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  • Dollar General Memo
    Introduction The dollar store concept came from a nickel- and- dime model which Woolworth's stores used at 1878 in Utica, New York. As suggested, prices were either at a nickel or dime (exhibit 1). However, when Inflation was taken into account, stores could not keep their original price and change
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