Laptop Industry - Unfulfilled need

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Laptop industry .. with so many players in the market.. what is it that they need to target to capture the market???

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The Laptop Industry : 

The Laptop Industry Marketing Management 1, Group Suzlon, B1

Introduction : 

Introduction Part 1

Indian Laptop Industry : 

Indian Laptop Industry In sync with global trends. Reasons for growth: Lifestyle of consumers Affordability Better Legislation

Current market scenario : 

Current market scenario Part 2

Sales Growth : 

Sales Growth Annual sales grew by 114%; CAGR: 104% Households: 44% of the market growing at 150%, Businesses: 56% of the market growing at 93% Notebook sales: 2002-2008

Sales: City Spread : 

Sales: City Spread Notebooks are fast penetrating beyond the top 4 metros; growth rate 152%

Global market share : 

Global market share Table 1: Q1’08 Top Nine Brand Notebook PC Shipments

Indian market share : 

Indian market share

Government policies : 

Government policies Laptops are covered under Information Technology Agreement-1 (ITA-1) and have enjoyed exemption from basic customs duty on import. Excise duty: complete exemption for local manufacturers from excise duty. imported computers subject to additional customs duty (levied in lieu of excise duty) equivalent to 7 per cent. VAT: computers have a concessional rate of 4 per cent (importance attached to the IT sector in India). Tax changes: Goods and Services Tax (GST) regime to take place in 2010. GST would ensure a simpler and more transparent tax regime, and address issues concerning cascading of taxes, multiple compliances, etc. The Finance Bill, 2008 has proposed to include computers, including laptops, under the MRP regime of excise.

Market segmentation : 

Market segmentation Part 3

Notebook Consumption in Businesses - By Employee Size : 

Notebook Consumption in Businesses - By Employee Size Overall consumption in the business grew by 41% Consumption in large and medium enterprises grew by 66% and 61% respectively, however in small enterprises it declined 10%

Half-Yearly Notebooks Enterprise Market : 

Half-Yearly Notebooks Enterprise Market Overall consumption growth in the Businesses Segment was 16% Sales to large enterprises grew by 25%; to medium enterprises by 11% Sales declined in small enterprises by 7%

SEC Profile of Household Notebook Buyers : 

SEC Profile of Household Notebook Buyers Overall household market increased by 164% Sales to SEC A increased by 161% and to SEC B by 296% Sales to SEC C in H1/2007-08 were negligible

Based On Geography : 

Based On Geography PC consumption in both West and South grew by 39% each; in East it grew by 10% while in North it declined by 13% Notebook sales: City-spread

Based on Gender : 

Based on Gender Global information technology giant Hewlett-Packard (HP) is set to launch its special lines of products, targeting women and the youth in India. "Women usually look for easy mobility and sleek looks, so the women's product line will be based on those premises. Texture of the body of the laptop is another factor that women take into consideration while purchasing, so our products will reflect that”.

Based on Age and Life Cycle : 

Based on Age and Life Cycle Kid's laptops are very popular nowadays. Some of the laptops in market are: Star Wars Darth Vader Laptop VTech Double Vision Notebook VTech Nitro Notebook Hot Wheels Accelerator 5.0 Learning Laptop Though much market has not been created, there is lot of scope of exploring this segment.

Major players and strategy : 

Major players and strategy Part 4

Hewlett Packard : 

Hewlett Packard

HP : Market Strategy : 

HP : Market Strategy Maintain Status Quo as market leader, and continually innovate to strengthen position. Products: Notebooks, Tablet PCs, Desktops, Gaming Systems, Printers, Toner, Paper, Scanners, Monitors, Servers, Software, Networking, Accessories. Pricing: Oracle's Siebel technology reducing marketing spends by 15%. Cut notebook prices by 15 to 20% creating a volatile price war. Promotion: Innovative word of mouth marketing called the 31 days of dragon. Associates with various Hollywood themes to target movie going audience. Place: Uses online method for booking. Has outlets in major cities. Product Development: HP has launched aggressively into the Indian market. Ease of availability. Diversification: M&A: In August 2001 HP and Compaq came together to merge by a 25 billion $ stock deal.

Dell : 

Dell

Dell : Market Strategy : 

Dell : Market Strategy Products: PC, laptops, customer service, storage, workstations, and auxiliary services. Pricing: Direct Model approach, pricing below competitors. Promotion: On-line model, direct mail order, catalogues, Premier Pages, special training and certifications, editorials, reviews, sales reps, and awards. Place: Direct from Dell: On-line, telephone, mail-order. Market Penetration: Continue to do more of the same. Product Development: Pursue Mid-Range Server Growth. By 2001, Dell was the market leader in entry level servers, but had no presence in the mid-range server market. Increase product line: New products like a PDA. New International Market Development: Enter new markets with existing products. Merger and Acquisitions: By 2000, the external storage market was growing at 23% per year. By acquiring an innovative leading company like the EMC Corporation, Dell can effectively enter the external storage and software market

Lenovo : 

Lenovo

Unfulfilled need : 

Unfulfilled need Part 5

Up gradation of Laptop : 

Up gradation of Laptop We are expecting that the up gradation of laptops will be one of the most important requirements of the people owning laptops. If the laptops are made compatible enough to integrate these up gradations and also done at a reasonable price, it will attract more customers to the product.

Secondary (Second Hand) Market : 

Secondary (Second Hand) Market People buy second hand, because it is very easy to change the parts of a PC. It is expected that given the chance of buying the laptop second-hand with proper provisions of warranty and reasonable price exchange people will buy it.

Survey & Analysis : 

Survey & Analysis Main areas and features a company should concentrate on should be, strive to provide the best possible customer experience. Demography: The age group was primarily 18 to 35 years. A majority number of respondents were from the Indian subcontinent. Around 15 percent of the respondents were from USA. The respondents were majorly students and professional. Almost all had used a laptop or possessed a laptop. An interesting result was that most of the people who used the laptops gave ratings as “good” and “very good” to the performance of the products they had used. The respondents wanted an Apple laptop when given a choice for the “dream laptop”. Dell was the first runner up followed closely by HP. The hardware specifications are the first choice for the users when choosing a laptop. The second choice is the brand name followed closely by price. Warranty & Services, Mobility, Design and Bundled Software follow suit. This is an interesting insight to the user preference and can prove handy to laptop manufacturers when constructing a laptop for the target audience. pricing: Respondents were ready to pay a high price for quality and sturdiness. Need: upgrade the laptop. About one – third of the respondents do not want an upgrade of their laptop. An open ended question on the features required on the laptop gave an amazing insight into the needs. Unfulfilled needs – Battery management Heat Control in the laptops TV tuner card Light weightiness Keyboard Lighting

Meeting Unfulfilled Need : 

Meeting Unfulfilled Need 4 P’s to be catered: Product: The new product launched will have a better Battery management and heat controlled Laptops. The Laptop will have an inbuilt TV tuner card and also will have a light weight. Additional feature provided will be keyboard lighting. Full customization will be provided for customers. Price: The survey results indicate that the price of the laptops preferred by respondents is ranging from 30,000 to 50,000 Rs. A low pricing strategy can also be used by selling laptops lesser than competitors Laptops. Promotion: Television and Radio advertisements can be used to introduce the product in the market. Primetime advertisements with taglines such as “you need it, you have it” can be used as this new product is introduced catering the unfulfilled needs of the product. Also advertisements should be shown on news channels and sports channels as the target market is students and professionals. Online, Newspapers and magazines can be used to support the initial promotion. As we are targeting professional and students these mediums should be effectively used as this is the easiest way to reach our target audience. Place: Very effective distribution techniques should be used. As we have identified the unfulfilled need of up gradation, then the process of up gradation should also be very easy and less time consuming. In metros free home delivery of the parts can be done and engineers can go house to house to upgrade the Laptop. In small towns all the laptop sellers can have a separate department for up gradation and all the up gradation related queries and installations can be handled there separately.

conclusion : 

conclusion Part 6

ROAD AHEAD : 

ROAD AHEAD notebook industry is the future of personal client PC market. Based on predictions, the mobile computing notebook devices market are subdivided as ultra mobile sub notebook PCs and notebook PCs. Innovative educational laptops like, $100 laptops are also looked at as the products which rule the future of Indian notebook market. Laptops with extensive multimedia features continue aiming to gain more personal, home notebook users, whereas notebooks with longer battery life and higher performance will continue to cater the needs of business professionals. Gaming industry being itself in very nascent stages. There are several series in Dell and HP which cater to this group already. High speed connectivity and low weight notebooks generally are most demanded ones today. HP being top performer in multimedia and personal computer section should try to concentrate more towards capturing large organizations, and dell the vice versa. Though notebooks are seen as the replacement of desktops most of the times, it is still a long way before notebooks sales overtakes that of desktops in number of units sold.

REFERENCES : 

REFERENCES www.mait.com [manufacturers association of information technology] for Market Segmentation graphs policies.gov.in for government policies india.gov.in/govt/policies.php for government policies http://www.intelliquest.com/resources/technical/MarketSegmentationOverview_MBIQ_June24.pdf for Market Segmentation http://www.utdallas.edu/~tskim/Lecture%20Note%206.pdf for Market Segmentation

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