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Prestige Telephone Co., Chinese Version Case Study Analysis & Solution
Prestige Telephone Co., Chinese Version [10 Steps] Case Study Analysis & Solution
Case Study — Prestige Telephone Co. They are a computer data service company that does data processing for the parent company in order to sell computer services. The company was opened in order to bring in additional revenue in order to offset increases in telephone rate increases. Throughout the three years of being in operation the subsidiary has been unprofitable.
Prestige Telephone Co. An independent regulated telephone company has established a computer services subsidiary that seems to remain unprofitable. Managers must determine whether it is profitable or not and consider changes in pricing or promotion that might improve profitability. A rewritten version of an earlier case. Brushing up HBR fundamentals will provide a strong base for investigative reading.
Prestige Data Service SUMMER Executive Summary To assist Prestige Telephone Company on making the decision of continue its subsidiary or not, this report provides an analysis of Prestige Data Service the subsidiary on the status quo revenues and costs, a prediction on its break even situation, as well as possible options to increase profit. The report has its limitations due to insufficient detailed information on both other revenues and variable costs of Prestige Data Service. Partial deregulation and an agreement with the state Public Service Commission had permitted Prestige Telephone to establish a computer data service subsidiary to perform data processing for the telephone company and to sell computer service to other companies and organizations.