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Video Rental System

This proposal consists of a DSS project in video rental industry. The project will help the video store to make their business more efficient in terms of sales. The main problem in video stores is that they do not have enough copies of certain movies(mostly new releases). This DSS project will address this problem and it will estimate the number of copies of a certain movie that a video store needs by considering theatre sales, ratings, reviews and current account holders. The user of this system...

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Arts and Entertainment

it out for the division title and a spot in the World Series. Such great and classic match ups as the example above are what makes sports so entertaining and for fans the supply and demand factors of tickets become a major factor. VIDEO GAME RENTALS: A video game is an electronic game that involves human interaction with a user interface to generate visual feedback on a video device. The word video in video game traditionally referred to a cathode ray tube (CRT) display device, but it now...

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Problem and Prospect of Small Scale Business

THE NIGERIAN HOME VIDEO INDUSTRY: A SURVEY OF THE ACTIVITIES OF VIDEO RENTALS AND THE COPYRIGHT LAW PRESENTED BY ABDULRAHMAN MALIK AT THE WEEKLY SEMINAR ORGANIZED BY THE PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS DEPARTMENT, KWARA STATE UNIVERSITY MALETE MARCH, 2013 ABSTRACT The Nigerian entertainment industry, particularly the movie sector has been battling with the problem of copyright infringement in the last two decades or more. In spite the legal framework put in place, (i.e. copyright...

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INTRODUCTION

people worldwide find means to have an easy and fast communication, research for the study purposes become convenient and serve as a good source of income. Those benefits from the internet are very productive to man. They put up different computer rental shops, as well as honeybear internet cafe, that increase the competition in their own field. And one of their main concerns is to improve their system to have fast and manageable transaction in their business. That is why we have conducted this study...

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Netflix Case Study

online provider of DVD rentals in the US. Founded by Reed Hastings in 1997, the company offers monthly prepaid rental services utilizing its online search engine, where the company then mails DVDs to subscribers via the United States Postal Service (USPS). Since the company’s inception, Hasting has been exploiting disruptive innovations as a means of creating a competitive advantage over incumbents within the industry. Netflix faces stiff competition within the movie rental industry that includes...

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Netflix Case Study

Running Head: NETFLIX ON THE MOVE CHANGES IN THE MOVIE RENTAL BUSINESS Contents Introduction……………………………………………………………………………. 3 Changes Within The Movie Rental Business……………………………………… 4 NetFlix History and Strategies…..…………………………………………………... 6 Analyzing NetFlix Results…..…………………………..…………………………… 9 Review and Recommendations………………………………………..…………… 10 Conclusion……………………………………………………………………………. 12 References……………………………………………………………………………...

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Netflix Case Analysis

Revenue in 2011 | 705.7 mil | 420 mil | bankrupt | 363.9 mil | Revenue increase from 2010 | 29.00% | 48% |   |   | Growth in customers | 30% | 50% |   | 30% | (in 2011) |   |   |   |   | Netflix's success has inspired a number of other DVD rental companies both in the United States and abroad, but none of the purely online companies appear to approach Netflix in terms of market share or revenues as can be seen above. Hulu is a close second in terms of Market share and it can be seen that its...

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Origins of both Netflix and Blockbuster

ir.netflix.com Blockbuster: Blockbuster is an American provider of home movie and video game rental services, originally through video rental shops, later adding DVD by mail, streaming, video on demand and cinema theatre. At its peak in 2004, Blockbuster had up to 60,000 employees and more than 9,000 stores. Because of poor strategic planning, mismanagement and competition from other video rental companies such as Netflix, Blockbuster lost significant revenue and filed for bankruptcy on September...

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Netflix Strategy

Hours Available for Leisure per Week ..46 Exhibit 6: Industry Six Forces Analysis ..47 Complements .. 47 Threat of Entry ..48 Supplier Power ..50 Buyer Power ..53 Rivalry ..55 Substitutes ..56 Exhibit 7: Market Share (Retail and Rental) ..57 Exhibit 8: Market Share (Rental) ..57 Exhibit 9: Average Annual Sales Growth ..58 Exhibit 10: Average Gross Profit Margin ..58 Exhibit 11: Average Return on Assets ..59 Exhibit 12: Average Debt-to-Equity ..60 Exhibit 13: Current Ratio ..60 Exhibit 14: Average...

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Netflix Analysis

 Table of Contents Summary 3 Implementation of Porter’s five forces in U.S video rental industry 3 Implementation of Porter’s Value Chains in Netflix 5 IT techniques and applications applied in Netflix 9 Netflix's Strengths and Problems 10 Recommendation and Conclusion 12 Summary According to Boogren (2013), the video rental industry has changed in the past decade due to the development of IT technology. Customers have more opportunities to choose different...

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