Making multi-channel strategies work in a large organization
A new direct channel of distribution was underperforming, despite significant investment in infrastructure and resources and eager customers. We were asked why.
Breaking out of traditional markets using analytics to inform strategy
New products meant that this client could serve customers beyond their traditional markets. The question they asked us was: Where should we go . . . first?
Implementing complex go-to-market strategies: Two companies, one joint solution
Measuring the impact of marketing investments can be a challenge for any company. When it's two companies going to market jointly the challenge grows exponentially.
How to Measure Marketing: An age-old and ongoing question
Measurements for marketing are both numerous and often irrelevant. Connecting measures to both strategy and tactics is required.
Silo-busting the constructive way
Poor marketing and sales productivity were dramatically impacting this client's ability to reach its full market potential. The questions they asked us: Why is productivity so low and how do we fix it?
Setting the stage for successful large-scale change
Two large countries convinced they had unique challenges. Nearly 30 smaller countries struggling for visibility. Nearly 1,000 marketing, sales and service people often working at cross-purposes . . .
Successfully implementing a large-scale change initiative
Defining necessary change, no matter how thoroughly, is less than half the battle. Commitment to implementation is essential.
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