Consumer products companies need cutting-edge tools to stay competitive and keep pace with ever-changing consumer demands. This exclusive e-book examines the CPG industry landscape and pinpoints specific technologies designed to operationalize and standardize service excellence.
CPGs deal with volumes of non-harmonized data pouring in through multiple systems and in varied formats, making it impossible to get timely insights. How can CPGs overcome data challenges and make it consumption-ready for the business team to derive insights?
The goal of Customer Experience (CX) is to engage, co-create value, and connect with customers as they shop and buy. These days, customers expect you to offer a personalized version of what they need, based on where and when they need it.
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Each wholesaler, distributor, and retailer follow their own point-of-sale (POS) system, which results in non-standardized data capture that renders the data useless or unreliable. How can companies gain real-time visibility into sales performance? Enter Demand Sensing.
The pandemic accelerated the shift to online shopping, changing the way consumers shop. This presents enormous opportunities for CPG companies as well as daunting challenges. The real difficulty, though, lies in the data available.
The two biggest challenges CPG companies face today are to fulfill evolving consumer needs and generate meaningful insights from the large quantum of data. How can CPG companies go beyond traditional demand planning techniques and leverage actionable insights that drive business growth?
Product Traceability is essential to control the inventory movement in near-real-time, helping companies save millions of dollars. Here's a success story of Mars, a global F&B client's traceability transformation program.
Consumer expectations are at an all-time high. While it’s impossible to create a fixed logistics network that satisfies those expectations, there are alternative logistics programs that enable businesses to meet and exceed consumer demands. It’s called flexible logistics.