A global logistics company, made the decision to spin-off into three distinct companies, providing an opportunity to unlock value and restructure their business model.
A large, publicly traded B2B company had a severe productivity problem caused by a lack of communication, inefficient resources, siloed work structures and goals, and friction between departments created by a merger.
A locally owned and operated business in Ohio needed to increase their sales productivity and revenue, keep track of customer interactions, and automate their sales process.
A 60 year old established leader in their industry, was experiencing growing pains with their business processes as they continued to evolve.
The client, a 60 year old established B2B leader in their industry, struggled with performance and efficiency once intended to be the value drawn from the Salesforce platform.
Our client was unable to accommodate complex retail industry needs due to the rigidity of their enterprise architecture.
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