Business Analysis: The Case of 7-Eleven Inc.

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7-Eleven Inc. is one of the leading chains in the convenience/ retail industry. 7-Eleven was founded in 1927 in Dallas, Texas. It is the world’s largest mover and expanded faster then any of the convenience store. It also has many stores with gas stations that are cheaper price then the competitors. ( The name 7-Eleven was originated in 1946 because the stores were open from 7am to 11pm. 7-Eleven has changed vastly after they started offering customers service 24 hours and seven days a week. It has now become the one stop shop, where customers can get their products quickly. ( It operates and franchises convenience stores around the world. It has been the prominent franchise in…show more content…
It also makes customers aware that the stores have the same products wherever they go. ( This is one of the good parts; every store one goes to has the same interior and exterior, and promotions. They set the register by the store entrance so they can welcome their customers that promote great customer service. 7-Eleven has always founds ways to satisfy customer needs, because the one thing that is unique about the company is it is one of the best at customer service. When a customer enters the store, they expect a fast, friendly service. In to meet customer’s expectations the employees who work at the store or corporation; 7-Eleven introduced CDC, which means Combined distribution Centers to help manage the flow of products, that are in the store. ( They have also started using DSD, which is Door Store Delivery. ( helps distributing the delivery of the products to the store. DSD gives better information on deliveries and a better control on supply chain. Another system that is useful is POS, which stands for Point of Profit Sales. ( The franchisees and the field consultant use theses to have a better understanding on which products need improvement and the product cycle. It also helps them with the order process of the product

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