Part A: Financial Analysis Snapshot Submission Requirements NOTE: All work is to be completed and submitted in the Excel template in the assignmentmodule in Blackboard. Go to the Investor Relations section of each companys website and download their annual reports.You may need to download more than one report to get all required historical data. Use the Annual Reports/10K to populate the Excel template.o Some entries simply require finding the respective line item amounts, while others will requirecalculations (these are indicated in in template).o Note that some historical data and ratios have already been provided in the template.The executive memo should be no more than 2 pages, single-spaced, using 10- or 12-point font.Part B: Executive Memo and Powerpoint PresentationPresent a synopsis of your analysis in an executive memo you would feel comfortable turning in to your CEOor to Jack. You may organize the memo as you see fit, but it must follow the principles of good businesscommunication. To support your executive memo, record a brief video presentation highlighting the keypoints of your findings. The requirements for each component are outlined below.Executive Memo:1. Profitability/Net Income Margins What are the after-tax net income margins (i.e., net profit margins) for both companies? How do they compare? Who achieves the higher net income margin? Why?Tip: Analyze the major cost structure line items in the income statement (COGS, SG&A,interest, other, and taxes) as percentages of net sales, so you can identify reasons for betternet income margins. Identify and comment on the differences. You may not know why aparticular cost item like COGS is higher or lower, and thats okay. Your CEO only wants toknow which cost-structure items are higher or lower for each company.2. Inventory Management Who does a better job managing their inventory (Inventory Days on Hand ratio)? What are their respective 3-year trends for Inventory DOH? What options could the company consider to improve inventory management?3. Cash Is King How much net cash from operations did each company generate last year? Which company has done a better job generating cash from operations? In layman’s terms, how is each company spending their cash with respect to reinvestments inthe business, changes in debt, and returning money to shareholders?4. Liquidity How do the companies compare in terms of the current ratio, and what are their respective 3-year trends? Do their current ratios indicate that either of these companies could go bankrupt soon?Explain.1. Create a PowerPoint deck in support of your financial presentation Highlight your key findings from your Executive Memo and Financial Analysis Snapshot.Focus on the most important insights that would be helpful for the leadership team. Your PowerPoint should be complementary to your Executive Memo and your FinancialAnalysis Snapshot.i. Assume your CEO will have access to the documents, so just hit the high points.ii. Keep your slides legible. Avoid small fonts, too much text, or distracting graphics.iii. Keep it brief, using a maximum of 5 slides.