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Nintendo

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Carmen Muehlfeld

on 28 June 2014

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Transcript of Nintendo

Production
-Land: all natural resources used to produce goods and services
-Labor: the effort that a person devotes to a task for which that person is paid
-Capital: any human made resource that is used to produce other goods and services
-Entrepreneurs: leaders who decide how to combine land, labor, and capital resources to create new goods and services.
Production in Nintendo
Nintendo, as the largest video game company in the world, produces millions of consoles annually. During production, Nintendo interacts with the environment, laborers, and outside resources. Manufacturing plants, development headquarters, and fossil fuels are used in the process of manufacturing consoles and games. Game developers, assemblers, and story/character developers all work on the games. Plastic, software, and story lines are also necessary when developing and producing a Nintendo game/gaming system.
Packaging
Since Nintendo ships their consoles and games all over the world, they do need quite a bit of packaging. Manufacturing plants, development headquarters and paper are all interactions Nintendo has with the land during this process. Laborers package, market, and write manuals for this process also. Plastics, Styrofoam, and cardboard, which are all gotten from outside sources, are used to package the product.
Distribution
Nintendo gaming systems and games are marketed and distributed to players all around the globe. Cargo ships, stores, and marketing headquarters are all buildings used in this process- buildings that take up space. Advertisers work to bring public attention to games, salespeople distribute the games to customers first hand, and shippers distribute the products around the world. Advertisements, shipping companies, and outside distributors are all used in the process of distribution.
Nintendo
Workers assembling Nintendo products
Nintendo headquarters in Japan
A piece of the storyline from Super Mario Galaxy
Paper used in a console manual
Packaging for the Mario Kart Wii game
Some materials used in the process of packaging the products
The Nintendo store in NYC
A holiday WiiU advertisement
The box advertisement for the Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Customer Satisfaction
Nintendo produces games that fit into almost every genre, and are very fun to play. Their product quality and customer service can’t be matched. Their older products, like the game boy, are extremely durable and can last a lifetime (the same can’t be said of their newer products, unfortunately). They also have many recognizable and loveable characters at their disposal, of which you can’t find anywhere else. Nintendo has some of the best and most fun games around.
Satoru Iwata, Nintendo CEO
http://www.nintendo.com
Website Summary
The website I used was Nintendo’s company website. The site provided me with information on products, manufacturing, game development, work positions, and customer service. Nintendo’s production process is very long and complex. They design, build, and test their new consoles, market them, manufacture them, and then distribute them to the public. For games, the storyline is first created, then the software is developed, marketed, produced, and distributed.
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