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  1. Indian Food Specialties Limited

    Authors: Deodhar, Satish Y; Tirupati, D;

    Reference No: CMA0805 Pages: 17 Published on: 1, January, 2002

    Abstract: Indian Food Specialties Limited (IFS) introduced tools of Food Quality Management in May 2000 in response to changing market conditions and poor profitability. Spoilage in the production process was very high and the company had incurred losses for three successive years starting from 1996-97. The ... More

  2. Kanpur Confectioneries Private Limited (A)

    Authors: Dixit, M R; Vandana Dixit;

    Reference No: BP0268(A) Pages: 6 Published on: 19, November, 2001

    Abstract: Mr. Alok Kumar Gupta is required to decide his company's response to a proposal for becoming a sub-contractor to A - One Confectioneries Privte Limited (APL) a large national player in the biscuit industry with aspirations to be a leader in every region. The ... More

  3. FoodWorld (D): Design of MIS

    Authors: Gupta, Achin; Parikh, Anurag; Raghuram, G; Banerjee, Bibek; Koshy, Abraham;

    Reference No: MAR0325(D) Pages: 12 Published on: 1, January, 2000

    Abstract: The case focuses on the need for an effective Management Information System, especially for monitoring store performance in a retail chain. The key issues are: 1) Identifying key performance and decision areas, 2) Understanding the role and criticality of information processing, 3) Identifying performance indicators and 4) Specifying ... More

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  1. Rajan Overseas: An Entrepreneurial Quest for Growth

    Authors: Singla, Chitra; Yadav, Akshay; Gomkale, Advait; Acharya, Aditya Shekhar;

    Reference No: BP0420 Pages: 21 Published on: 8, January, 2018

    Abstract: Rajan Overseas was founded by Rajan Makhija in the year 2014. It was into export of handloom products like rugs, throws, etc. Makhija wanted the company to grow from INR 7.6 crores to 100 crores in the next five years. However, the plan hit a roadblock as ... More

  2. Dr. Lal Pathlabs (A)

    Authors: Mathur, Ajeet;

    Reference No: BP0408(A) Pages: 8 Published on: 20, December, 2017

    Abstract: Diagnostics services in India were growing at 20% annually with billing of USD 3.4 billion. With WTO’s GATS, foreign competition was arising. Dr. Lal PathLabs had formidable brand recognition and Dr. Arvind Lal was wondering whether to accept private equity and induct management professionals to ... More

  3. Dr. Lal Pathlabs (B)

    Authors: Mathur, Ajeet;

    Reference No: BP0408(B) Pages: 21 Published on: 20, December, 2017

    Abstract: India’s diagnostics business valued at USD 10 billion was growing at 20% annually. Several players with different business models competed. Dr. Lal PathLabs, the world’s largest histopathology centre led with a menu of 3,500 tests, 1,600 collection centres and 7,000 pick-up points. Its Initial Public Offer had ... More

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