Measure, analyse, plan, deliver
Insight that helps grocery companies measure key B2B relationships, compare performance versus local or global peers, and track improvements over time. We highlight supply chain best practice across multiple key metrics, who is delivering it, and your position in the league table.
Now you have visibility, drive continuous improvements in your end-to-end supply chain and track progress against your peers.
Define relationships empirically, then manage them better
Using relevant comparative data, ensure your business is working as smart as possible in your key business relationships.
Collaborating using total category insight enables both parties to maximise joint business development, identify real opportunities and measure ongoing progress.
Measuring business relationships using objective category insight motivates and focuses the mind. Structured peer group insight improves clarity and raises standards.
Transparent category insight and constructive dialogue results in visibility across team performance and delivery. All stakeholders can use standardised quantifiable information.
Clear, concise and continuous insight from all of your key business relationships. Agendas move quickly, so ensure you focus on what matters most to stand out from the category crowd.
By having complete category and company insight, businesses that use the feedback skilfully and adopt best practice will benefit from business growth and better working relationships.
Measure, analyse, plan, deliver
Rappor Metrics delivers pragmatic, considered feedback which is hugely valuable when you can turn this into actions to improve. By giving simple and regular, easy-to-implement suggestions, your business relationships will become closer and more productive.
Motivate high-performing teams with detailed feedback about what they do well, and quantify how underperforming teams can improve over time. Smart companies succeed faster by helping their business relationships transition into new, improved ways of working.
There are aspects of your business relationship that can be changed very quickly. For example, telling your customer there is a problem as soon as possible, telling them what you are doing about it and when the issue will be fixed, will make it easier for them to run their business, and manage their customers’ expectations.
When your major customers invest time and a considered approach to explain how you can work more closely together, it makes good business sense to thank them, and tell them what you are doing as a result. Then the feedback will create a virtuous circle where both parties benefit.
Having told your customers what you are doing as a result of this feedback, make sure you implement your action plan. When this results in tangible improvement, they will see the value of giving feedback, and it will become an intrinsic part of your ongoing business relationship.
Business leaders are seeking continuous improvements in all aspects of business. Rappor Metric’s specific, tailored feedback will offer many incremental opportunities to identify new improvement areas.