Case Analyses--On Time Package Delivery
Case Analysis on On Time Package Delivery Case Summary During the first year of the establishment of On Time Package Delivery Inc . they were very prosperous in terms of the number of sales and revenues . Their services were used by many of the large firms in Philadelphia , Boston , New York and Washington DC . They believe that their asset is their Sales Force . Their Sales force is composed of tow category of sales people , one of which is the sales representatives who 's main function are to generate new business and to maintain
During the first year of the establishment of On Time Package Delivery Inc . they were very prosperous in terms of the number of sales and revenues . Their services were used by many of the large firms in Philadelphia , Boston , New York and Washington DC . They believe that their asset is their Sales Force . Their Sales force is composed of tow category of sales people , one of which is the sales representatives who 's main function are to generate new business and to maintain
good working relationship with their customers . The second category of the sales force of the company is the Key Account Managers . These key account managers are the one responsible for the largest accounts of the company . But after a few decades , a lot of other delivery company emerged in the market . Some of which become more popular and incurred most of the customers in the market than with the On Time Package Delivery like FedEx , UPS and US Postal Service ADDIN EN .CITE Package Delivery Services - Company Pros2007July 21 Business .comhttp /www .business .com /directory /trans portation_and_logistics /small_package_and_parcel /companypros .asp " Package Delivery Services - Company Pros " 2007 . The existence of these competitors serves as a threat for the company . Because of this , OTPD 's senior vice president for sales Wayne Jacobson conducted a research on the possible reasons of the continuous acquisitions of flat sales from the major branches of the company . But as his research move along , he discovered that aside from the existence of the competitors there are other factors that contribute for the stagnation of their sales as well as their revenue . Jacobson made conversations with his key account managers from their major branches to hear their comments and opinions from the recent stagnation of their key sales managers . Moreover , Jacobson did also consult the viewpoint of the sales representatives so as to have a birds eye view of what is really going on to the operation of the business Aside from consulting the employees of the company , Jacobson also conducted interviews with some companies that contribute much to the Jacobson analyzed the problems that were raised by both the client and their employees
Jacobson first consulted Dan Gunther , district manager in Boston and a 15-year veteran with OTPD . This is the reason why Gunther is a right person to ask for some comments and suggestions regarding the current turmoil in the company . Gunther 's performance has been great until a few months back . Jacobson found out that the stagnation of the sales of the Boston branch is mainly due to the unreasonable demands of their client He still wants to make sure if the problem in Boston is the same with the rest of the branches of the company . From this reason , he also made contact with Carol Klein , the key account manager in Philadelphia , Carol told Jacobson that the reason of her flat sales was due to personal reasons . Klein believed that...
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