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BPM project to decrease cost per tire and increase revenue

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In 2009 it was decided that ABC Tire Company would implement a BPM project with the goal to decrease the manufacturing cost per tire and increase revenue from each tire sold.

To track the success (or failure) of the project they determined the following baseline data for 2009.
Total # of Tires Sold Materials
Cost Per Tire Labor
Cost Per Tire Average Retail
Price Per Tire Average Profit Per Tire
24,594 $23.21 $11.67 $119.00 $84.12

After implementing the BPM project ABC Tire Company reviewed the value of the project after a year and identified the following information
Total # of Tires Sold Total Materials
Cost Total Labor
Cost Average Retail
Price Per Tire
27,669 $672,080.32 $303,280.56 $121.13

Using the data provided above calculate and provide
Materials Cost Per Tire Labor Cost Per Tire Average Profit Per Tire % Increase or Decrease in Materials cost Per Tire % Increase or Decrease in Labor cost Per Tire % Increase or Decrease in Average Profit Per Tire

Address the following questions:

1. Why is it important to ensure baseline data is accurate?
2. Was the project successful?

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