Develop a Retail Transformation Strategy

To succeed in today’s low-growth, low-margin environment, retailers need a comprehensive, transformational approach if they want to be able to respond to high-growth channels and emerging markets.

Be the Trend, Not the Follower

Consumers today are better informed, have more choice and make the decisions. Globalization is creating new market opportunities but is also bringing tougher competition. The companies that recognized these factors early and adapted for the future are the ones leading today.

This means retailers must be creative, reactive and proactive. With the right strategy, you can transform your organization into a trendsetter, not a follower.

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Retail Transformation to Meet Your Needs

To get ahead, retailers must be able to spot and predict the right opportunities and know how to get there. Whether you’re looking to revitalize a business unit, enter a new market or undertake an enterprise-wide transformation, we have the skills and know-how to deliver sustainable change to your organization.

Our solutions include:
  • Retail Transformation
  • Expansion Strategy
  • Global Operating Models
  • BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) Strategy
  • Format development
No matter what solution you need, you can expect to achieve:
  • Reduced supply chain costs
  • Improved customer service
  • Improved workforce productivity
  • Increased speed to shelf

Putting Transformation Strategies into Practice in the Real World

Our global teams of over 10,000 specialists and collaboration with leading industry organizations means we are at the forefront of best practices for retail transformation. It should come as no surprise then that we have already transformed the operations of 27 of the world’s top 30 retailers in the world.

Most recently, with our help, Swedish pharmaceutical company Oriola-KD built and implemented a strong retail go-to-market strategy establish new market share.

We also worked with Dutch retailer Praxis to improve its global operating model by standardizing the way of working. As a result, the company improved its workforce productivity and increased revenue while decreasing employee cost and work pressure.