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Flipkart 
Vs 
Amazon: 
a case study in e-retailing 
By: 
Sumit Lokhande 
SIEMENS Nashik Works 
1
E-Commerce in India 
IT Act, 2000 
Explosive Growth 
Access to Internet: 11% Indians 
Growth: > 50% Annually 
Sales b...
Challenges in E-Commerce 
Industry: 
High return ratio → Reverse Logistics 
High Failure Rate for most Payment Gateways ...
Amazon: An Introduction 
American International Headquartered at Seattle 
Started as online bookstore 
Soon diversified...
Amazon Business: 
Platforms for Merchants & Associates 
Many acquisition from 1998 till date 
5
Amazon.in Home Page 
6
Flipkart: An Introduction 
Indian e-commerce company headquartered 
in Bangalore, Karnataka. 
Founded by Sachin Bansal a...
Innovation 
Delivery within 2 Days 
30 Days return policy 
Card Swipe on 
delivery 
Comparison of 
products made easy ...
Flipkart: Home Page 
9
Sales Promotion: Flipkart 
Apart from Television Commercial, Flipkart relies more 
on word of mouth publicity. 
Other Pr...
The Road Ahead For Flipkart: 
Glowing Reviews 
Niche Product: DigiFlip 
Value Added Differentiation: Focus on customer ...
SWOT Analysis: Flipkart 
12
Business Level Strategies: 
Flipkart 
Word of mouth advertising 
Customer satisfaction 
Wise Use of Search Engine 
Opti...
Strategic Evaluation: Flipkart 
14
Flipkart Journey 
• First Mover Benefit 
• Pioneering innovation: Sales of Motorola, Xiaomi 
• Excellent Service and Produ...
Flipkart’s Big Billion Day 
Sale: 
16
Marketin 
g Tactic: 
• Special Mailers 
• Target Sales: 
Rs. 1 Billion 
•Achieved Sales: 
Rs. 6.14 Billion 
17
Market Place Model Inventory & Market Place Model 
1706 SKUs 
1535 SKUs 
4172 Offers 
2244 Offers 
Camera Prices costlier ...
Business Model/ Marketing 
Mix 
Flipkart is a Marketplace model 
Sub Brand ‘DigiFlip’ 
Ekart Logistics for competitors ...
Marketing Innovation 
FlipKARDs for Brand Loyal 
Reward coupons for Product Reviews 
Expert Advice from Tech Bloggers 
...
Retaining Leadership 
Position 
Customized Products 
Develop IT Infrastructure 
Complement Product Purchase 
Renovate ...
OPEN FOR QUESTIONS 
THANK YOU 
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  1. 1. Flipkart Vs Amazon: a case study in e-retailing By: Sumit Lokhande SIEMENS Nashik Works 1
  2. 2. E-Commerce in India IT Act, 2000 Explosive Growth Access to Internet: 11% Indians Growth: > 50% Annually Sales by 2016: $8.3 billion* Contribution to India’s GDP by 2020: 4%** Source: *Crisil (Credit Rating Information Services of India Limited ) **KPMG 2
  3. 3. Challenges in E-Commerce Industry: High return ratio → Reverse Logistics High Failure Rate for most Payment Gateways Low Internet penetration Low Smartphone penetration No Touch and feel experience. Logistics 3
  4. 4. Amazon: An Introduction American International Headquartered at Seattle Started as online bookstore Soon diversified selling CDs, DVDs, software, electronics, furniture, toys, etc Mission: To be world’s largest Customer Centric Company 4
  5. 5. Amazon Business: Platforms for Merchants & Associates Many acquisition from 1998 till date 5
  6. 6. Amazon.in Home Page 6
  7. 7. Flipkart: An Introduction Indian e-commerce company headquartered in Bangalore, Karnataka. Founded by Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal in 2007. Initial focus on online sales of books, but later it expanded to electronic goods etc Multiple Payment Methods 7
  8. 8. Innovation Delivery within 2 Days 30 Days return policy Card Swipe on delivery Comparison of products made easy Browsing made easy Exclusive Launch at aggressive prices. (Eg., Moto E) 8
  9. 9. Flipkart: Home Page 9
  10. 10. Sales Promotion: Flipkart Apart from Television Commercial, Flipkart relies more on word of mouth publicity. Other Promotional Techniques include: Rebate & Discounts Refunds Quantity Deals/ Gifts Full Finance @ 0% 10
  11. 11. The Road Ahead For Flipkart: Glowing Reviews Niche Product: DigiFlip Value Added Differentiation: Focus on customer & Providing Customization of Products. Aggressive marketing for the Mobile App 11
  12. 12. SWOT Analysis: Flipkart 12
  13. 13. Business Level Strategies: Flipkart Word of mouth advertising Customer satisfaction Wise Use of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and Ad Words Social Media Ekart 13
  14. 14. Strategic Evaluation: Flipkart 14
  15. 15. Flipkart Journey • First Mover Benefit • Pioneering innovation: Sales of Motorola, Xiaomi • Excellent Service and Product Quality • Ease of use • Market leader despite offering relatively high prices • Discounts and free shipping • Successful WOM marketing 15
  16. 16. Flipkart’s Big Billion Day Sale: 16
  17. 17. Marketin g Tactic: • Special Mailers • Target Sales: Rs. 1 Billion •Achieved Sales: Rs. 6.14 Billion 17
  18. 18. Market Place Model Inventory & Market Place Model 1706 SKUs 1535 SKUs 4172 Offers 2244 Offers Camera Prices costlier Camera Prices cheaper Laptop Prices Cheaper Laptop Prices costlier 18
  19. 19. Business Model/ Marketing Mix Flipkart is a Marketplace model Sub Brand ‘DigiFlip’ Ekart Logistics for competitors Hand to Hand Exchange via Myntra Logistics 19
  20. 20. Marketing Innovation FlipKARDs for Brand Loyal Reward coupons for Product Reviews Expert Advice from Tech Bloggers Modeled Clothes as per Size Chart Flipkard Loyalty Programme Discounts. Coupons. Sale. 20
  21. 21. Retaining Leadership Position Customized Products Develop IT Infrastructure Complement Product Purchase Renovate & Expand Business Increase No. of Sellers More features on Mobile App 21
  22. 22. OPEN FOR QUESTIONS THANK YOU 22

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