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Presented By: Singh A Welcome to INFINITY ENTERPRISE LLC
Presented By: Singh A Introduction INFINITY is a new Growing Venture Basic Business: Service Provider of Internet broadband and VoIP Through VSAT Technology Looking for market expansion and Entering into World of IP Telephony
Presented By: Singh A Mission & Vision To be strategic broadband solutions partner To deliver the architectures, products, and services To accelerate business growth and Increase market share in existing market and enter new markets.
Presented By: Singh A Our Philosophy Developing services and cost-effective bandwidth solutions for consumers and professionals Partnering with key industry players including established service providers and leading ISPs To arrange and market unique satellite capacity optimized to manage the particular features of IP traffic.
Presented By: Singh A Internal Environmental Analysis INFINITY is Start-up Company floated by group of entrepreneurs of US Providing VSAT connectivity INFINITY is currently concentrating its energies in the Asia pacific region
Presented By: Singh A External Environmental Analysis The world of Satellite Communications is changing regularly and very fast The Market has brought consumers and businesses more directly in contact with satellite service providers Globalization and deregulation have allowed traditional terrestrial carriers to more closely embrace satellite technology This change is accelerating as a result of new technologies in Satellite Engineering.
Presented By: Singh A These changes allow satellites to be a cost effective competitor to cable TV, cellular telephony, and the high bandwidth Internet service providers in many parts of the world. The IT industry is growing in the Asia Pacific region Bigger stakes are likely to come into play, with few leading deep pocket predators.
Presented By: Singh A The Major Players In European market consists of strong players, such as Astra, British Sky Broadcasting (BskyB), EUTALSAT's Hot Birds, TDF of France, TV Sat of Germany In Asia there are Apstar, Asiasat, Indostar, Koreasat, Thaisat
Presented By: Singh A Opportunities Indian Economy - Growth rate- 8%P.A The social changes in the third world countries have been profound. For India VSAT is a reliable, cost-effective and has extensive global reach, and the government has recognized it as the best means of bandwidth penetration. The industry is likely to experience a shortage of technically experienced personnel. Currently there are 2.5 million subscribers, expected to grow to 7 million by 2008.
Presented By: Singh A Hurdles Another important entry barrier is in form of high license fees, huge investment in capital expenditure and high sunk costs. In some countries like India, government has allowed only limited access to the satellite operators
Presented By: Singh A Long Term Objectives To capture a recognizable market-share in domestic market up to at least 1%. Consolidating the position in existing market outside USA. To enter into new potential markets.
Presented By: Singh A Strategic Analysis and Choice Focusing into VOIP in domestic and overseas market. Entering into Market in Asia Pacific, especially India. Entering into other related value added services through VSAT, like DTH, Telephony etc.
Presented By: Singh A The Road Ahead A major change has occurs which included the end consumer in this customer mix, with direct to the home (DTH), direct broadcast satellite (DBS), mobile telephony, and Internet access as the primary services. The change is accelerating as a result of the insertion of new technology, which allow satellites to be a cost effective competitor to cable TV, cellular telephony, and the high bandwidth Internet service providers in many parts of the world.
Presented By: Singh A The Threats The over-optimism may prove to be a greater danger with regard to the global market for satellite land mobile services.
Presented By: Singh A Plan Goals and Implementation Sales growth Target- 5% domestic market, 20% in existing market outside USA. In new territory- At least 40 New corporate clients in first year of operation.
Presented By: Singh A Critical Success Factors Focus on long-term results over short-term gains Have customer and market focus, Strive towards quality control., Promote customer satisfaction, Promote clearer brand identity, Promote measurement through integrated information systems, Forge a relationship with the members of supply chain and treat them as partners not as competitors,