The paper "B & S Security Ltd - Business Project Analysis" is a perfect example of a business case study. Following the acquisition of B & S Security Ltd which is a security company based in Australia, the company had an inadequate management system in place which rendered the operations of the company impossible. The company relied on outdated office equipment to run its operations thus proving to be difficult to track the basic concepts of the business. Therefore, as the new manager of the company, I want to establish appropriate mechanisms to bring sanity and reenergize the company once again. To start with, I want to acquire a new management information system that will help the company track all its operations as well as control them effectively. Prior to the acquisition of the information system, I intend to do a little bit of research so as to have a clear understanding of the market situation.
In addition, I want to outline strategies to bring professionalism to my business. 1.2 Aim My main priority is to expand this business to at least six more cities and states, that is, Sydney, Northern Territory, Adelaide, Queensland, Tasmania and Victoria by 2016.
Therefore in order to achieve this goal, I have to source at least $100,000 from my bank in order to be able to establish an information system that will help my company manage its operations adequately. 2.0 Business overview B & S Security Ltd is a security firm that was established in the year 1975 by two brothers namely Mr. Bashir Luke and Mr. Sryat Luke in Melbourne city. The firm has branches in Healesville, Warragul and Geelong. Following the demise of the two brothers, the running of the firm was taken over by one of the family members known as Mr.
Edward Luke. The management of the firm proved to be cumbersome as a result of the inadequate management information system in place. B & S Security Ltd under the management of Mr. Edward Luke still relied on the previous management style of his predecessors in running the company.
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