Accuracy assists one of the largest sporting goods brands in the world in implementing a large scale restructuring programme. Context Our client, a sporting goods company headquartered in Germany, launched a €150m restructuring programme in light of declining profit...
We support business units of large corporations in building long-term competitive advantages, renewing growth levers and implementing major operational improvements.
Accuracy’s approach to strategy is one based on facts and figures. Our expertise lies in data-driven quantitative assessments to support your major strategic and/or investment decisions. Whether at corporate or business level, we help you create value for shareholders and shape your executive agenda: detecting market opportunities, reviewing portfolio strategies, quantifying strategic growth options, validating investments and disposals, building or reviewing business plans, and more. We support private equity firms, banks and corporates on acquisitions, disposals and refinancing in the preparation, implementation and follow-up of their transactions.
Customer insights come from massive amounts of disparate data. We believe that marketing and sales can strongly benefit from advanced analytics. From customer segmentation to product assortment choices, our teams are dedicated to leveraging on and translating this data into client acquisition, upsell/cross-sell opportunities, loyalty or retention initiatives, and more, thereby improving the effectiveness and efficiency of your sales investments. We can provide you with data-driven strategic plans and concrete tools for marketing and sales, including prediction models, simulators, metrics and processes to measure impacts.
Our best-in-class analytical rigour can help transform your processes and build new capabilities in your operations. In the areas of manufacturing, procurement, supply chain, service operations or capital projects, our data-driven approach applied to your processes aims to enhance quality and productivity (for example, in production planning and scheduling or optimising the supply chain), identify cost savings and areas for optimisation (price negotiation and volume-pooling strategies, models and metrics to track results), meet shifting market demand, develop and design new customer services, and maximise return on capex investments.