You are a manager of a company that has recently purchased a smaller company. The purchased company has an existing product, which will now be part of your product offering. The product is a weight-loss supplement called Weight Loss Optimizer. The product has been very successful for the previous owner, but the company had limited ability to adjust its manufacturing system to accommodate growth, as well as a limited potential sales audience. Your role is to oversee and coordinate all aspects of launching the product from the newly acquired company. You have a far greater manufacturing capacity and more potential customers readily available because you already sell several weight-loss related products to a large base of customers.
Weight Loss Optimizer has been proven successful by a research study. The study consisted of 100 participants, 90% of whom lost at least 15 pounds over a reasonable time period. To date, the study participants have successfully maintained their weight loss by continuing to use the product. Of the users, 80% were able to maintain their weight loss with continued use of Weight Loss Optimizer. The 10% of study participants who were not successful may have been unsuccessful because they did not follow the program’s protocol as set forth. An inherent risk in a weight loss product is the inability to determine if the product has failed to produce results or if the user has not followed directions. Dissatisfied customers present a challenge as a result. 
Your success relies upon your external business partner, Pills Inc., who manufactures the pill casing for the Weight Loss Optimizer. You will need to work closely with this partner to ensure your manufacturing operation is able to increase as needed in a just-in-time environment to meet sales demands. Your contact’s name at Pills Inc. is Susan Jones.
You have received a customer complaint via the company’s social media page. The customer’s complaint is as follows: “Weight Loss Optimizer does not work! I’ve been using this for a week, and I haven’t lost anything! No one should buy this product!”
Your submission must be your original work. An originality report is provided when you submit your task.
You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course. 
A. Use the above scenario from the introduction to complete the communications for parts B and C.
Note: Use the same scenario for assignment 2.
B. Design a multimedia presentation (e.g., PowerPoint) (suggested length of 6 slides and 6 pages of detailed presenter notes ) in which you motivate the company from your chosen scenario about the upcoming product by doing the following:

  1. Summarize, for the current company employees, the new product from the chosen scenario, in your own words.
    a. Identify three important points regarding the product from the chosen scenario.
  2. Create full complete presenter notes for your presentation. 
    a. Demonstrate confidence, credibility, and professionalism while delivering a well-organized presentation.
    C. Write an executive summary (suggested length of 1 page) based on your multimedia presentation.
    D. When you use scholarly sources, include all in-text citations and references