CGT on Demand: Best Practices in TPM User Adoption
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Trade promotion spending is the second-largest expense for most CPG manufacturers after cost of goods sold, with spending averaging 12%-20% as a percent of gross sales. Managing this gigantic line item is complex, and many still approach it with error-prone, one-off spreadsheets or outdated, overly customized solutions. With margins ever tightening and trade expenses climbing, many turn to a Trade Promotion Management software solution.
Unfortunately, an alarming number of TPM deployments fail to reach their full potential, primarily due to user adoption issues. To shed a light on what goes wrong and how to avoid it, CGT consulted seasoned executives at both CG companies and solution providers to highlight the potential problems and share best practices honed from years in the trenches of TPM deployments.
Building on one-of-a-kind research published by CGT last November, this companion webinar explores user adoption challenges and best practices that can help your TPM initiative succeed.
Presented in discussion format, our experts share their perspectives on the following topics, including common errors and suggested best practices
- Project objectives
- Product selection
- Winning buy-in
- User compliance
- Michael Rybnick, Director, Customer Investment & Optimization, Henkel Corporation
- Christopher J. Haller, VP, Commercial Capabilities, Planning & Development, Customer Growth Capabilities, Tyson Foods
- Ronald Labhart, Product Management, Accenture Software
Moderator: Peter Breen, Editor-in-Chief, CGT