Fedex vs Dtcc

Fedex vs Dtcc

  • Submitted By: indrdas
  • Date Submitted: 02/16/2011 1:37 AM
  • Category: Business
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INDEX 1. Executive Summary 2. Industry Structure & Analysis SYMBIOSIS CENTRE FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 3. Business Strategy ( Positioning, Tradeoffs and fit of activities) a. Positioning b. Trade off Planning and Implementation of c.of Fit of activities IT Strategy 4. Use IT a. Relevance to strategy b. Impact


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Submitted by Indranil Das ITBM 9030241011

1. Abstract 2. Industry analysis a. Industry overview b. Industry Value chain Analysis c. Porter’s 5 forces Analysis 3. Company overview a. FedEx A. History B. Strategy C. Opportunities and threats b. DTDC A. History B. Strategy C. Opportunities and threats 4. Business strategy a. Positioning b. Trade Off c. Fit of Activities 5. Use of IT a. Impact and relevance

1. Executive summary
Logistics industry is one of the fastest growing industries worldwide. There are multiple players in the global market. Globally the industry is valued US$3.5 Trillion (1998). The U.S., is the contributor of over 25% of the global industry, it spends close to 9% of its GDP on logistic services. The Indian logistic industry is also valued around US$ 125 billion (CII,’2010). CII also predicts that the growth rate of the overall industry will grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of approximately 8% in next three to five years with the Third Party Logistics (3PL) Solutions is all set to grow at a CAGR of 16% from 2007 to 2010. We shall consider 2 companies at global and national (India) level to analyze the logistics industry, (Fed Express and Door to Door Currier and Cargo) and try to find how their IT strategy helped them getting the competitive advantage by leveraging technology. FedEx Corporation has different operating wings handling different types of logistics services. FDE...

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