Johnson and Johnson's Biggest Plant Coming up in Telangana with an investment of rs.400 cr; to be operational by 2016
Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao will lay the foundation stone for the American multinational's plant in Penjerla village in Mahabubnagar district on Thursday, about 60 km from Hyderabad. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

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  • How to engage employees and win customer loyalty

    How to engage employees and win customer loyalty

    Generally speaking, most businesses want loyal customers - lots of them. Customer loyalty is best imagined as an emotional savings account. When that account is full, a business can count on brand loyalty, price rewards and positive word-of-mouth marketing. Research shows that the relationship between brand loyalty and customer experience is heavily linked.

    Tuesday, 16 September 2014
  • Reverse Logistics: More than just getting it, it's about getting it, right

    Reverse Logistics: More than just getting it, it's about getting it, right

    Most retailers are devoting more attention and resources to reverse logistics than ever before, as they seek to reap as much value as possible from returned goods. The high variability in returned merchandise creates many disposition options, such as return to vendors, refurbish, re-package, recycle or donate. Retailers are taking stock of every department, class and sub-class to track the value of products that can be recovered. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Monday, 15 September 2014
  • What retailers need to know about reverse logistics

    What retailers need to know about reverse logistics What retailers need to know about reverse logistics
    Cognizant

    Although reverse logistics is often overlooked, retailers that master this discipline can gain competitive differentiation and turn the tables on pure-play e-commerce goliaths. FacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail

    Wednesday, 10 September 2014
  • How do you unlock the value of reverse logistics

    How do you unlock the value of reverse logistics  How do you unlock the value of reverse logistics

    Reverse logistics represents a significant part of a company's cost structure, ranging from 0.1 to 1% of the sales value of a product and averaging 0.5%, leading to an annual cost in the U.S. of 200 billion USD. Compared to the cost of goods sold, an average of 7 to 10% is directly or indirectly attributable to reverse logistics. Next to that, a properly managed reverse logistics flow on average has the potential to reclaim 32% of the original product value. And the significance of the reverse supply chain is growing! Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Friday, 12 September 2014
  • Is franchising a good fit for you?

    Is franchising a good fit for you?  Is franchising a good fit for you?

    To franchise or not to franchise, is a million dollar question. Information making a strong case for franchising abounds. But, so do myths to dissuade would-be franchisors. And while there is no cardinal rule that will help businesses answer this question, a detailed study of the various aspects of franchising would help. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Thursday, 11 September 2014
  • Why the data supply chain is worth considering

     Why the data supply chain is worth considering Why the data supply chain is worth considering
    Accenture

    Yes, data technologies are evolving rapidly, but most have been adopted in piecemeal fashion. As a result, enterprise data is vastly underutilized. Data ecosystems are complex and littered with data silos, limiting the value that organizations can get out of their own data by making it difficult to access. To truly unlock that value, companies must start treating data more as a supply chain, enabling it to flow easily and usefully through the entire organization--and eventually throughout each company's ecosystem of partners too. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Tuesday, 09 September 2014
  • How to leverage the Internet of Things for your Marketing

    How to leverage the Internet of Things for your Marketing  How to leverage the Internet of Things for your Marketing
    Copernicus

    The Internet of Things (IoT) is the term commonly used to refer to gadgets that previously had nothing to do with the Internet but now can send and receive data over the Web. Thus, smart watches, smart home technology (such as intelligent lighting systems, connected refrigerators and advanced coffee machines), fitness sensors and other connected devices all present possibilities for real-time, personalized and adaptive interaction between man and machine. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Monday, 08 September 2014
  • Digital as a game-changer for CPG Companies

     Digital as a game-changer for CPG Companies Digital as a game-changer for CPG Companies
    GMA Online

    Digitally driven innovations are restructuring how consumers shop for and buy CPG products. Pioneering companies are creating value by meeting changing consumer expectations with new business models, products, and services. Both trends are putting retailers and manufacturers under acute pressure to adapt. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Friday, 05 September 2014
  • How To Drive Strategic Sourcing Effectively with Supply Market Intelligence

     How To Drive Strategic Sourcing Effectively with Supply Market Intelligence  How To Drive Strategic Sourcing Effectively with Supply Market Intelligence
    Tata Consultancy Services

    Supply market intelligence is key to strategic sourcing. Clear and actionable reporting of supply market analysis is essential for developing robust category strategies and achieving year on year savings on high value spend categories. To enable this, companies require a significant investment of resources with adequate domain expertise. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Thursday, 04 September 2014
  • How to make 'Category Management' work for your brands

    How to make 'Category Management' work for your brands  How to make 'Category Management' work for your brands
    Oliver Wyman

    Category Management' sounds like a straightforward idea: retailers should manage each product category for maximum customer appeal. A Category Manager should be a general manager of a business unit, not just a buyer looking to procure product. Rather than focusing only on wringing the lowest costs out of suppliers, trading departments should develop the best possible customer proposition, with competitive pricing, attractive promotions, relevant assortments, and appealing visual merchandising. Facebook Twitter Linkedin Email

    Wednesday, 03 September 2014

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