A Case Study on Confetti Shoes
Management 12 – G
Aseñas, Earl Adrian C.
Buenavista, Gil J.
Dineros, Georgette Mae P.
Lu, Christine Y.
Refamonte, Ma. Nathalie D.
Tubat, Divina Mari A.
March 21, 2014
I. Central Problem
How can Confetti Shoes improve the company’s control system?
II. Alternative Courses of Action (ACA)
1. Improve the manual inventory system to increase efficiency. 2. Change the manual system to a computerized inventory system. 3. Assign a head for each branch to supervise the inventory count. 4. Change the manual system to a computerized inventory system and assign a head for each branch to supervise the inventory count.
III. Advantages and Disadvantages of Each Alternative Course of Acton
1. Improve the manual inventory system to increase efficiency. Advantages:
There would be a chance of having a better inventory system. The company would not cost much and does not require huge amount of time for implementation.
Continuing the manual system may still take a long time because manual inventory count a hassle and tiring especially when they have a huge number of stocks. This does not ensure the ability to be efficient and effective.
2. Change the manual system to a computerized inventory system. Advantages:
Monitoring on the stocks would be done in an effective and efficient process. A computerized system would provide accurate and precise information on the inventory. Information from the computerized system is more reliable and timely. It is a very significant investment that would greatly help the company’s operations in the long run.
Designing and creating the computerized system would be costly since it would need the expertise of professional programmers. The system itself would need expensive equipment, therefore acquiring additional expenses. Orienting and training the employees would take time...
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