Tag Archives: Retailers

Case Studies

Creating a new TOM after a Merger

We were engaged by one of the world’s leading betting companies, which required support in integrating an online betting exchange into its corporate structure.  We created a clear, agreed vision and strategic objectives, building a roadmap for change and redesigning the organisation structure to deliver the vision and planned growth. Challenge We were engaged by one of the world’s leading...

Case Studies

Training Oracle on a Grand Scale

  Situation Our client was a distributor of the biggest names in high-end fashion to the Middle East.  They had engaged us to implement an Oracle system across their varied brands and functional areas across the region.  They had successfully rolled out an implementation with their stores and offices in Dubai and we were asked to support the next part...

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Winning with Shopper Data

by Julia Cook Amazon’s recent purchase of Wholefoods has switched the question from ‘which grocers will become online retailers?’ to ‘which online retailers will become brick and mortar retailers?’. As Amazon and Alibaba in China have realised, the power of combining both online and offline data is unassailable – the best way to truly understand your customers.  And while 97%...

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What Online Data Looks Like in the High Street

Amazon’s new bookshop in New York has caused ripples throughout the retail world with commentators excitedly declaring that Amazon, having taken over the online world, is now extending its tentacles to the high street. So what is the story? What sort of expertise are they bringing and how is it different from a “normal” bookshop? The standard bookshop model is...

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How 3D Printing could Disrupt the Retail Industry

by Matt Gherardi 3D printing technology is a truly disruptive technology that’s slowly beginning to come to maturity. We’re seeing it hit the headlines more and more in recent months with some pretty outlandish claims, so we thought we’d take a look ourselves to find out what effect it could have on both the retail industry and also our supply...