Item description for The Success of 7-Eleven Japan by Akira Ishikawa, Tai Nejo, Francesco Vezzoli, Hans Conried, Clifton Fadiman, Claude A. Lopez, Laurence Trueman & Kevin Nowlan...
When analyzing 7-Eleven Japans advanced and innovative management style, the authors of this book highlight the existence of the "integrated information system". This is because of the key role it plays not only in forming this firms corporate strategy but also in developing its functional strategies for logistic support, merchandising and store operations. The authors explore the integrated information system, a symbol of the competitiveness of 7-Eleven Japan.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Dec 1, 2002
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9812380140 ISBN13 9789812380142
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Very detailed analysis on its distribution system Mar 12, 2003
Enjoy reading this book. Using various information systems (including satellite tracking) to monitor the store performance is vital to its success. With 6875 stores in Japan and 47 stores in Hawaii, 1997 sales 1.6 billion yen ($13 million USD), 7-eleven's business is quite impressive. I was able to get hot coffee and danish, 6:30 a.m. at 7-eleven Tokyo last week, for 360 yen ($3.00 USD). McDonald, and all other stores were closed. The book would have been better if it covers its competitors, Lawson and others, in more depth. It is a useful reference book for my Global E-Commerce course, Spring 2003 semester.