Topic 3, group of theaters Case Study
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A company owns a group of theaters that stage live performances. Tickets to shows are sold by individual representatives by using a mobile app.
Each theater has a manager. The managers rotate between theaters every six months.
The company plans to implement Dynamics 365 Sales.
The company uses the following pricing structure for tickets:
Representatives create Microsoft Word documents to use as invoices. Pricing for tickets is often inconsistent. Ticket sales are often lost because customers go to other shows.
* The business card of every group sales customer must be scanned and the image saved with the contact record.
* A customer's business card must be scanned even if the customer has been to the theater before.
* Business cards must show up on all contact forms.
* Each salesperson needs to sell a certain amount of tickets per month.
* The number of tickets each salesperson sells must be totaled only at the end of the month, before the monthly meeting between the salesperson and their manager.
* Salespeople must not be able to check the quantity sold in the system daily.
* The name of the sales manager must be added to opportunity records when sales representatives close opportunities.
* Opportunities that are lost must include the reasons other show and not interested.
* Some of the opportunities who order a large quantity of tickets every week want quotes quickly on various quantities.
They want it broken down as follows:
* Price breakout by ticket
* Quantity discount amount
* Original ticket price
* Customers who buy a large quantity of tickets to a show must always get a quote first.
* Orders must always be created from the Quote record when it is a large purchase.
* Customers who buy a smaller quantity of tickets that do not have quotes must have an invoice sent to them.
* Analyze email messages that pertain to ticket sales of the shows.
* Analyze relationships to help with potential sales of friends and coworkers for potential ticket buyers.
* Analyze accounts and assess the account representative's relationship with the customer to gauge the level of communication.
A Tickets dashboard for all cashiers must be created that contains the following bar Charts:
* all the tickets sold for each show
* all the tickets available for each show
* accounts that have purchased groups of 10 or more tickets
* purchased tickets by age groups
* Representatives must track which shows customers go to when they do not purchase the tickets to their shows. This information must be entered in the records.
* Every time a potential large sale is lost, the representative needs to ask the customer which show ticket was purchased instead of their show.
* Shows at other theaters must be updated on a monthly basis.
* Quantity discounts and bulk purchase for different shows must be consistent.
* The Tickets dashboard has eight sections. The dashboard includes a line chart that displays data about age groups. The dashboard also has a chart that group ticket sales. The chart shows 10 or more tickets sold but is missing accounts that purchased more than 20 tickets.
* Cashiers report that they cannot see two specific area of the Tickets dashboard. Salespeople report that they can see all areas of the dashboard.
* Representative 1 is unable to scan business cards.
* Some users do not see the business cards when using their desktop machines, but they see them from their tablets and mobile phones.
* There are no business card images in the system.
* Duplicate contacts are being created with business card scans.
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