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Copy of Business Canvas Model

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Business Model Canvas
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Ultrasonic Stir Welding



What is Ultrasonic Stir Welding?
ULTRASONIC Stir Welding- Stir welding that also uses an element that ultrasonically heats the metal being welded. It needs less plunge force, uses less power, and has a longer tool life compared to friction stir welders. It can also be used with metals that have higher melting points like steel.

Customer Segments

Value Proposition
Channels
Customer Relationships
Revenue Streams
Key Resources
Key Activities
Key Partnerships
Cost Structures
Kesimpulan
1. Customer segments:
Perusahaan pemasang iklan & Pemerintah

2. Value proposition:
a. Kinerja
-

Meningkatkan pelayanan dan fungsi halte bus.
b. Penyesuaian pelayanan
- Halte bus akan dilengkapi dengan fasilitas
Wi-Fi
, penambahan jumlah
tempat duduk
, penambahan
area hijau
, penyediaan
tempat

pembuangan sampah
, penyediaan
petugas pelayanan
, serta penambahan
toilet
.
c. Desain
- Halte bus akan dibuat dengan
ukuran yang lebih besar
dan
nyaman.
Penyediaan
tempat pemasangan iklan
.

3. Channel - saluran distribusi tidak langsung.

4. Customer Relationship -
(Dedicated personal assistance)
yang disesuaikan dengan kebutuhan konsumer.

5. Revenue Stream - Jasa pemasangan iklan perusahaan dan Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Daerah.

6. Key Resources - Fisik, Intelektual, Manusia, dan Financial.

7. Key Activities - Pemecahan masalah (Problem Solving).

8. Key Partnership - Optimalisasi dan skala ekonomi, bekerjasama dengan Pemerintah, Perusahaan serta masyarakat.

9. Cost Structure - Biaya awal, biaya tetap dan biaya variabel
Research
This new, more efficient product reduces production time and brings a more reliable product
Salesman/advertisers
internet
deliver and install our own product
personal representives
Get customers: advertising to companies, visiting trade shows

Keep Customers: offering maintenance, dedicated personal assistance

PHYSICAL:
office building, computers, machinery, delivery trucks

HUMAN:
employees, salesman, mechanics

FINANCIAL:
money
PRODUCTION:
making the USSW

PROBLEM SOLVING:
maintenance
personal assistants

DELIVERY:
delivering the USSW

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT:
potential for hand held and robotic uses
NASA- providing intellectual resources; we will be paying them a licensing fee in order to use their technology
Material Producer- selling the materials we need to create the USSW
Large Niche Market

Large companies and factories; production plants
Aerospace
Automotive
Marine
Civil
Asset sale
one time sale of the product
maintenance fee

Fixed Pricing
volume dependent

Value Driven: to provide state of the art product that is long lasting and effective

Fixed Cost:
salaries, rent, marketing/advertising, research/development, licensing

Variable Cost:
manufacturing, delivery, maintenance

Pasley Graham, Garrett Groot, Patrick Graham, Michael Hall
EXAMPLES:
TWI-Global
uses friction welding now with automotive and aerospace technology
ideal target
Railways
currently use friction stir welding
stable target


Machinery manufacturing is predicted to increase at an annualized rate of 1.0% during the 10 years to 2019
http://clients1.ibisworld.com/reports/us/riskrating/structuralrisk.aspx?entid=728
http://www.twi-global.com/industries/automotive/
http://www.aws.org/wj/oct02/feature.html
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