GMS 200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pixel, Image Resolution, Zoom Lens

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Annual Report; Glo-Bus Industry 5
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Tahir,Ahmad Ainan
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Paper ID #: 218318357
Dr. Shavin Malhotra
H-D Co.
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Review of Financial Performance
Strategic Vision
Performance Target Forecasting
Company’s Competitive Strategy
in Entry-Level Cameras
Company’s Competitive Strategy
in Multi-Featured Cameras
Competitors’ Analysis
Strategy to ‘Out-Compete’
Closest Competitors
Lessons Learned
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
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Review of Financial Performance
Net Revenues
When the previous management team gave H-D to the current management team in year
five, our net revenue was at an estimated $200,000,000. After taken over by new management,
extensive improvements were introduced to H-D. As a team, we decided to invest in many
important factors like quality, research and development, and brand image. Due to the amount of
money spent in these sections, H-D’s net revenue for year six slightly dropped to about
$187,000,000. Our next focus was on customer satisfaction. In year seven we thoroughly
focused on how to give our customers the best bang for their buck. Unfortunately, in year seven
the net revenues totalled $178,000,000 due to the fact financially we were unable to offer the
lowest prices for our product. Year eight and nine followed in suit with our previous yearly
trends. In year eight the net revenues was $156,000,000, and in year nine the net revenues was
$147,000,000. In year ten we decided to lower the price and quality, but keep the same image
rating. This resulted in an increase in revenue as the net revenue was $163,000,000. Refer to
Chart 1 in the appendix to see the changes throughout the years.
Earnings per Share (EPS)
H-D’s earnings per share followed a somewhat similar trend in comparison to Net
Revenue. H-D started off at a two dollar earnings per share, and that would be the highest it
would reach. In years six and nine, H-D underwent a loss in earnings per share. In years seven,
eight and ten, the earnings per share faced an increase from the previous year. The lowest the
earnings per share would go was in year nine, weighing in at $0.69 per share. Our main
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When the previous management team gave h-d to the current management team in year five, our net revenue was at an estimated ,000,000. After taken over by new management, extensive improvements were introduced to h-d. as a team, we decided to invest in many important factors like quality, research and development, and brand image. Due to the amount of money spent in these sections, h-d"s net revenue for year six slightly dropped to about. In year seven we thoroughly focused on how to give our customers the best bang for their buck. Unfortunately, in year seven the net revenues totalled ,000,000 due to the fact financially we were unable to offer the lowest prices for our product. Year eight and nine followed in suit with our previous yearly trends. In year eight the net revenues was ,000,000, and in year nine the net revenues was.

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