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A collection of CGT Research Reports

Retail and Consumer Goods Analytics Study 2018: May the Best Insights Win

CGT and sister brand RIS again join forces to examine how consumer goods companies and retailers are building up analytics capabilities to address a changing, consumer-driven world.

Sharpening the Analytics Toolset: Future success demands building capabilities across the enterprise

Analytics Maturity is a Moving Target: As the retail industry continues to evolve, companies must set ever-higher standards

Wielding Analytics in the Battle for Customers: Retailers retaliate against an expanding competitive set

Digital tools are helping consumer goods companies build end-to-end transparency, from concept to consumption. Content partners IDC Manufacturing Insights and Supply Chain Insights help CGT takes its annual look at supply chain trends.

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Future success at retail will require brands to “unlearn” some traditional TPM practices.

Digitization is not digitalization.

Digital disruption in the marketplace and an onslaught of smaller, more nimble competitors is leading traditional consumer packaged goods companies to seek greater innovation from their IT organizations, according to a new report.

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Keeping pace with a disruptive marketplace is forcing consumer goods companies to completely rethink their traditional business practices, from new product development to consumer engagement. CGT’s 14th annual Tech Trends Report examines the current state of digital transformation.

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Is cognitive computing the key to the future?

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Digital tools make the promise of personalized engagement real — and required.

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Data sets require new skills and processes.

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Wholesale business transformation is required for CGs to remain relevant in a marketplace that’s now driven more by consumers than brands or retailers. And digital tools and technologies are the only logical way to achieve that.

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