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Proton- From Proton Saga to Exora
Transcript of Proton- From Proton Saga to Exora
GROUP MEMBERS :
EDGAR NAWIN AC087311
MUHAMMAD AIMAN AC087345
NOR MARDIHA AC087372
RAVEE PRAKASH AC087405
SYARIHAN BT AZMAN AC089281
ANALYSIS (SWOT ANALYSIS)
Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional Berhad or PROTON
It all began in 1979. Malaysia's Father of Modernisation, Tun Mahathir Mohamad, (then the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia), mooted the idea of establishing an automotive assembling and manufacturing industry in our country.
Incorporated on May 7 1983 to manufacture, assemble and sell motor vehicles and related products (accessories, spare parts and other components)
Produced Malaysia’s first car : Proton SAGA
The name "Saga" was chosen by Ismail Jaafar, a retired military soldier, and derived from "saga" (Adenanthera pavonina), a type of seed commonly found in Malaysia.
Other model products : WAJA, SATRIA, Gti, WIRA, ISWARA, ARENA, PERDANA V6 ,JUARA and most recently EXORA
Chairman of Proton, 2009: Dato Mohd Nadzmi b. Mohd Salleh
Chartered Accountant: Saiful Alawi who was review Proton
Some collaboration with foreign partner to strengthen its technology base, financial capability and marketing reach.
Launched PROTON car in many countries.
PROTON as the first Malaysian car manufacturer
Established a very strong identification in the Malaysia
Consumers perceived that it has not delivered what is promised and expected
Has tremendous potential and capacity to perform better in offering its customers products and service of premier quality with competitive price
Enhanced and new brand images to help PROTON establish a positive response in the consumers’ memory
To achieve vision of becoming a Life Companion of its consumers
1) PROTON Controversies
2) Quality Control
3) Economic factors
4) Staff and Vendors
5) Protectionism Policy
After Sale Service
Performance improvement will be focused on the product attributes and benefits with the aims to enhance driving experience and build brand personality
Generally consumers feel that PROTON’s engine is under power and below average.
Improvement in R&D and technology can expedite their effort by developing strategic partners to strengthen quality, manufacturing and know-how .
Eg: Perodua has develpoed its DVVT engine, but PROTON has continued using its CAMPRO engine for all the cars for decades. (NO major enhancement)
PROTON should consider partnering or engage in a joint venture with reputable engine manufactures, European (BMW, Mercedez, Renault or Peugeot) or Japan (Mitsubishi, Honda).
Fuel Efficient Engine (HYBRID ?) (ECON MODE?)