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Published By: WNS     Published Date: Jun 21, 2017
E-commerce which till a few years back was of peripheral significance to the CPG industry is now one of the biggest drivers of change and innovation in the sector. The numbers representing growth are quite staggering with McKinsey1 believing that the online space will account for anywhere from 10 to 30 percent of total industry sales growth in the next five years. This equates to a market opportunity of USD 15 Billion to USD 50 Billion. Given how digital is impacting every part of the CPG value chain, companies need to be awake to the emerging trends as they can potentially have a make or break effect. This article discusses key trends that will define the CPG space in days to come.
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ecommerce, cpg companies, personalization, market mix modeling, digital media, integrated it infrastructure, predictive demand, agile supply chain
    
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Published By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Jan 16, 2018
“Today’s shoppers expect more than a transactional relationship with retailers; they want a seamless and personalized journey that reflects the context of how they shop across devices and channels. The key to success lies in connecting in-store software with online systems so retailers can provide an uninterrupted experience wherever customers shop.” - Ross Mason, Founder of MuleSoft Driving digital transformation in retail requires connectivity across an ever-increasing number of applications, data and devices. Because of this, connectivity has emerged as a bottleneck that slows the development of new applications and the adoption of new technologies to meet customer demands. In response, leading retail and CPG companies have adopted API-led connectivity, which eliminates this connectivity bottleneck and enables a 2-5x faster IT project delivery across the value chain. Download this eBook to learn: How leading retailers like Buffalo Wild Wings, TAL Apparel and PetSmart are leverag
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Published By: MuleSoft     Published Date: Nov 27, 2018
“Today’s shoppers expect more than a transactional relationship with retailers; they want a seamless and personalized journey that reflects the context of how they shop across devices and channels. The key to success lies in connecting in-store software with online systems so retailers can provide an uninterrupted experience wherever customers shop.” - Ross Mason, Founder of MuleSoft Driving digital transformation in retail requires connectivity across an ever-increasing number of applications, data and devices. Because of this, connectivity has emerged as a bottleneck that slows the development of new applications and the adoption of new technologies to meet customer demands. In response, leading retail and CPG companies have adopted API-led connectivity, which eliminates this connectivity bottleneck and enables a 2-5x faster IT project delivery across the value chain. Download this eBook to learn: How leading retailers like Buffalo Wild Wings, TAL Apparel and PetSmart are leverag
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Published By: SAP     Published Date: Sep 30, 2009
Organizations in the consumer packaged goods (CPG) industry are discovering that high product volume sales come at the expense of extreme data complexity.  Meanwhile, these companies struggle to maintain open lines of communication with their retail customers and distributors in order to manage the upstream flow of product.
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business intelligence, visibility, supply chain, cpg, manufacturing, packaged goods, michael lock, sap
    
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Published By: Anaplan     Published Date: Mar 29, 2018
In recent months, leaders at some of the world’s largest consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies have spoken publicly about how ZBB is helping them save on overhead costs, which can then be used to reinvest in growth through innovation or bolster their margins. As consumers increasingly have more choices, these companies are finding their margins squeezed, and with direct expenses already trimmed back to the bare minimum, the only place to look is sales, general and administration (SG&A), and other overhead expenses.
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zero, based, budgeting, investments, consumers, margins
    
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