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2017 Product Information Management Solutions Guide teaser image

Product Information Management Solutions 2017

CGT presents a comparison chart of product information management solution providers to the consumer goods industry in 2017. Plus, experts provide thought leadership for navigating the challenges and opportunities affecting this area of investment.

CGT Straight Talk Integrated Business Planning teaser image July 2017

Moving Beyond Simple S&OP to Real IBP

It’ll take more than spreadsheets to build effective integrated business planning capabilities.

With consumers no longer distinguishing between their online and offline activity, CPG marketers must connect the dots across touch points to build integrated buyer profiles.

Inspirational executives driving change in their organizations — and beyond.

CGT presents a comparison chart of trade promotion management and optimization solution providers to the consumer goods industry in 2017. Plus, experts provide thought leadership for navigating the challenges and opportunities affecting this area of investment.

June 2017 Cover

CGT Executive Council co-chairs Steve Sigrist and John Rossi make a call to action to the consumer goods industry in the magazine's June issue.

Who's Who Logo

CGT recognizes the people behind the technologies, systems and processes that drive effective sales and marketing

Best practices for transitioning to the cloud, navigating challenges and planning for what's coming next.

CGT presents a comparison chart of supply chain planning providers to the consumer goods industry in 2017. Plus, experts provide thought leadership for navigating the challenges and opportunities affecting this area of investment.

March 2017 cover

CGT recognizes 53 executives from 41 consumer goods companies who are playing key roles in the supply chains of their organizations.

Oreo Holiday Tin

Despite valid reluctance, direct to consumer sales are part of the CPG industry’s future.

In consumer goods, Kraft Heinz and Archer Daniels Midland of Chicago and Danone of Paris are doing the best job protecting their infrastructure, as they were found to be the top three least exposed to cyber threat companies.

May 2017 Cover

If traditional retail is dying, then why are most new consumer goods companies still lining up to get on store shelves?

Read full issues of CGT in these interactive, easy-to-navigate digital versions: June 2017 May 2017 March 2017 January/February 2017

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