# π½π½ = LAST 4 DIGITS OF YOUR STUDENT NUMBER (e.g., S043210ο 3210; S090807ο 0807) π½π½πΊπΊ = SUM

Question: π½π½ = LAST 4 DIGITS OF YOUR STUDENT NUMBER (e.g., S043210ο 3210; S090807ο 0807) π½π½πΊπΊ = SUM OF DIGITS OF V (e.g., 3210ο 6; 0807ο 15) FTX Inc, an electronics system integrator, is developing a new product as part of their annual generational upgrades. Owing to their long business history, they are considering Setronics as the supplier of hardware for thisπ½π½ = LAST 4 DIGITS OF YOUR STUDENT NUMBER (e.g., S043210ο 3210; S090807ο 0807) π½π½πΊπΊ = SUM OF DIGITS OF V (e.g., 3210ο 6; 0807ο 15)
FTX Inc, an electronics system integrator, is developing a new product as part of their annual generational upgrades. Owing to their long business history, they are considering Setronics as the supplier of hardware for this product. Setronicsβ selling price is \$(ππππππ β π½π½πΊπΊ) per unit, including transportation costs. Due to long lead times and high setup costs, both firms agree on a single replenishment order before the upcoming annual season. Assume Setronicsβ gross margin is 60% of its selling price for units produced in this pre-season order.
FTXβs recent annual demand forecast is Normally distributed with mean (ππππππππ π½π½) and standard deviation (ππππππ β π½π½πΊπΊ). FTX sells each unit, after integrating their proprietary software, for \$(ππππππ π½π½πΊπΊ). Leftovers at the end of the season are liquidated for \$30 per unit. FTX incurs holding costs at \$π½π½πΊπΊ/ππππ per unit per month.
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ο FTX begins incurring holding costs upon delivery. Ignore holding costs at Setronics. ο βLeftoverβ items are held for the whole duration of the selling season. ο βSoldβ items are held in the inventory for half the duration of the selling season (on average).
a) [45] How many of these units should FTX order to maximize their annual expected profits? Calculate resulting expected profits for FTX and Setronics. Hint: Use the Newsvendor model.
Suppose a local supplier, ATEC Inc, approaches FTX with the possibility of supplying this unit. ATECβs main value proposition is that they offer 100% in-stock probability with 5-day delivery on all FTXβs orders, regardless of quantity and time of orders. Since FTX promises its customers a 2-week lead time, this highly reactive capacity at ATEC would enable FTX meet all their demand, as in βmake-to-orderβ. ATECβs unit price is \$130 per unit.

b) [10]SupposeFTXweretoprocureonlyfromATEC.WhatwouldbeFTXβsprofit?
c) [45] Suppose FTX plans to use both suppliers: A single pre-season order from Setronics, and then supply from ATEC as needed. How many units should FTX order from these suppliers? Calculate resulting expected profits for FTX. Hint: Use βrevenues minus costsβ to calculate profit, and make sure to include holding costs.
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