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Our client was a global consumer goods company mobilising a €100m+ programme to achieve a major step change in its global information capabilities. With such a lot at stake, our client engaged us to help them develop and provide expert delivery programme know-how to run a rigorous supplier selection and mobilisation process to appoint the organisations who would ultimately support them in creating a new fit for purpose infrastructure.
We're proud of the supplier selection process we helped create, and the way in which we worked collaboratively to achieve the right result for our client, is now considered to be the best practice template for all their major programmes. It was a fundamental factor in setting the programme up to deliver effectively across a wide range of business functions and geographies.
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Crafting the right strategy for a business with ambitions to grow
Change that looks beyond the letterbox
Selecting a partner or third party is not just about getting the best possible commercial deal at that moment in time. It’s about making decisions to work with other people and organisations, sometimes for a period of many years - through thick and thin - and maximising the chances at the start of doing this successfully.
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