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KFC Presentation

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KFC Presentation

  1. 1. Start With The Name Of Almighty Allah Who Is Most Beneficial & Merciful.
  2. 2. Presentation: USE OF MIS Submitted To: Sir Umer Kibria Prepared by: M. Ahsan Bashir (20505) M. Yasir Amin (20508) Abdul Jabbar (20518) Ahsan ul Haq (20519) Abdur Rehman (20538)
  3. 3. Introduction • Kentucky Fried Chicken is one of the leading fast food Franchise concepts of today; present in a variety of countries around the world and has been proficient to launch a renowned International reputation in multiple continents. Starting in the United States in the 1930s, it has grown to become a true multi-domestic company. KFC has focused on foreign markets since the 1960s and has initiated a new challenge today in conquering Asia. KFC, known as Kentucky Fried Chicken, is a chain of fast food restaurants based in Louisville, Kentucky. In the midst of the depression, Harland Sanders who was born just outside Henry ville( Indiana), opens his first restaurant in the small front room of a gas station in Corbin, Kentucky. • The target customer of KFC [upper, middle and above] are health conscious and hence to cater to their interest Kentucky fried Chicken changed its name to KFC.
  4. 4. History of KFC • KFC was founded by Harland Sanders, an entrepreneur who began selling fried chicken from his roadside restaurant in Corbin, Kentucky, during the Great Depression. Sanders identified the potential of restaurant franchising, and the first "Kentucky Fried Chicken" franchise opened in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1952. KFC popularized chicken in the fast-food industry, diversifying the market by challenging the established dominance of the hamburger. By branding himself "Colonel Sanders", the founder became a prominent figure of American cultural history, and his image remains widely used in KFC advertising. The company's rapid expansion saw it grow too large for Sanders to manage, and in 1964 he sold the company to a group of investors led by John Y. Brown, Jr. and Jack C. Massey.
  5. 5. Use of MIS in KFC
  6. 6. Introduction of MIS • Management Information Systems (MIS) is the term given to the discipline focused on the integration of computer systems with the aims and objectives on an organization. Each KFC outlet use MIS in accounting, knowing production, and very useful in formulating HR policies which helps them to rate their employees.
  7. 7. • Information system  An information system (IS) collects, processes, stores, analyzes, • and disseminates information for a specific purpose.  An information system includes inputs (data, instructions) • and outputs (reports, calculations).  It processes the inputs and produces outputs that are sent to users • or to other systems via electronic networks and • a feedback mechanism that controls the operation.
  8. 8. • Types of Information Systems: • There are basically Five types of information systems. • Transaction Processing System • Office Information System • Decision Support System • Management Information System • Expert System
  9. 9.  Office Information System: Uses hardware, software and Networks to enhance workflow & facilitate communications among the employees.  Transaction Processing System: The information system that captures and processes the data generated during an organization's day-day transactions  Management Information System: An Information system that generates accurate, timely and organized information so managers & other users can make decisions, solve problems  Decision Support System: An information System designed to help users reach a decision when the decision making situation arises  Expert Systems: The information system that captures & stores the knowledge of human experts & then imitates human reasoning & decision making process for those who have less expertise.
  10. 10. Enterprise Recourse Planning (ERP)
  11. 11. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is a business management software — usually a suite of integrated applications — that a company can use to collect, store, manage and interpret data from many business activities, including:- • Product planning, cost • Manufacturing or service delivery • Marketing and sales • Inventory management • Shipping and payment Enterprise Recourse Planning (ERP)
  12. 12. Advantages of ERP • ERP Systems make it easier to track the workflow across various departments. They reduce the operational costs involved in manually tracking and (perhaps) duplicating data using individual & disparate systems. In this article, let us have a look at the advantages and dis-advantages of implementing ERP (Enterprise Resource Management) Software Systems.
  13. 13. • Complete visibility into all the important processes, across various departments of an organization (especially for senior management personnel). • Automatic and coherent workflow from one department/function to another, to ensure a smooth transition and quicker completion of processes. This also ensures that all the inter-departmental activities are properly tracked and none of them is ‗missed out‘. • A unified and single reporting system to analyze the statistics/status etc. in real-time, across all functions/departments. • Since same (ERP) software is now used across all departments, individual departments having to buy and maintain their own software systems is no longer necessary. • Certain ERP vendors can extend their ERP systems to provide Business Intelligence functionalities that can give overall insights on business processes and identify potential areas of problems/improvements. Advantages of ERP
  14. 14. • Advanced e-commerce integration is possible with ERP systems – most of them can handle web-based order tracking/ processing. • There are various modules in an ERP system like Finance/Accounts, Human Resource Management, Manufacturing, Marketing/Sales, Supply Chain/Warehouse Management, CRM, Project Management, etc. • Since ERP is a modular software system, it’s possible to implement either a few modules (or) many modules based on the requirements of an organization. If more modules implemented, the integration between various departments may be better. • Since a Database system is implemented on the backend to store all the information required by the ERP system, it enables centralized storage/back-up of all enterprise data. • ERP systems are more secure as centralized security policies can be applied to them. All the transactions happening via the ERP systems can be tracked. • It is possible to integrate other systems (like bar-code reader, for example) to the ERP system through an API (Application Programing Interface) Advantages of ERP
  15. 15. For the small / medium-sized business, there are four distinct facets to an implementation, and ignoring or short- cutting any of them can lead to a very unhappy user when all is said and done: • Data migration. • Business Consulting. • Configuration. • User Training. What Dose ERP Include?
  16. 16. • With ERP, business can better control over its billing to customers and receivables. With the ability to automate processes. It provides better operational, financial and accounting control over its billing operations and receivables. • ERP system can be used for accomplish every task by integrating the information system, seamless flow of information across every department. It is helpful to make automation of every business process. • Because ERP works on IT's basic rules 'input -process- output ', So it is also using as management information system (MIS). Functions Of ERP
  17. 17. • ERP treats the organization as single entity and caters to the information needs of the whole organization because information is the key resource of every organization to win the competition. ERP system provides accurate, relevant and timeliness information to all department on one software system. • Main function of ERP system and software’s is to provide information updated and on real time. • In ERP, you can get answer of any query by its powerful query and filtering facility Functions Of ERP
  18. 18. • Now advance ERP software’s packages are providing the facility to manage import – Export. • ERP system can easily use in Government, healthcare, financial, retail and other service sectors. Functions Of ERP
  19. 19. • EDI-(Electronic Data Interchange). • AMS-(Attendance Monitoring System). • CAD/CAM/CAE (Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing/Computer Aided Engineering). • DMS-(Document Management System). • CMS (Communication management Systems). • SMS (Security Management System). Key-Functions Of ERP
  20. 20. • KFC was using multiple IT solutions to address their business requirements. Because of this, integrity of the reports became difficult to validate and management had a hard time tracking down their stocks. • They became burdened by multiple data sources that didn‘t integrate. Lots of time and money was lost from duplication of order entries and business processes throughout the outlets. Numerous hours were being spent each month manually creating reports, tracking invoices and handling payroll to provide the Head Office with their month end financial reports. • The reason behind these problems was evident the systems could not communicate with one another, KFC Before The Implementation of ERP
  21. 21. • JD EDWARDS ENTERPRISEONE 8.10 offers both the foundation and operational components, including: • Financial Management. • Technical Foundation. • Inventory Management. • Asset Management. • Forecasting. • Workforce Management. • Time and expense Management. • Procurement KFC’s Implementation of ERP
  22. 22. JD Edwards Enterprise One 8.10 benefits the company with the following: • Greater efficiencies-reducing duplicate data entry/maintains. • Standardizes business processes. • Tracks and manages key data. • Greater level of insight into how the business works. • Enables to plan ahead. • Provides business applications for now, and into the future. KFC’s Implementation of ERP
  23. 23. MIS systems let the KFC management. • To capture information and store it, whenever they are making bills it helps them to count sales per day, per week and per month because a copy of the bill is stored in the computer. • Access stored information easily and manipulate it for the needs of their clients’ while billing or taking order they just enter the code of the product requested at that time and the quantity demanded. Overall use of MIS in KFC
  24. 24. E.g.- Product code Product name Product price (in Rs.) 01 Small Coke 20 02 Medium coke 35 03 Large coke 45 04 Small coke+ Lollipop Chicken 65 05 Fried Chicken tub (small) 105 06 Small French Fries 25 07 Large Fries 45 08 Chicken Burger 25 09 Fried Chicken tub(large) 145 10 Veg. Burger 20 Overall use of MIS in KFC
  25. 25. • Control flow of information into, around and out of the systems. • Work within legislation such as the Data protection Act. • Manage resources this is a very important function as every day inventory is recorded and therefore resources could be managed. • Produce reports for themselves so that they can compare their own performances with their own and other. • Maintain records needed for quality control so that the success story of all the employees can be appraised. Benefits of using MIS
  26. 26. • Respond confidently to the demands of the Common Inspection Framework MIS help them because they now easily check when the last stocking was done. • Manage and track employee records of work, achievement and progression for promotions. • Record and track outcomes. • Manage marketing information to further improve sales. • And a host of other information related functions. Benefits of using MIS