“How can you use tight information filters to guide and apply what you know ?”

Make confident decisions

Build knowledge through verified information

Smarter decisions are supported by verified data. Store maintenance teams are expected to aggressively protect their brand, despite lacking visibility within each store. Imagine what’s possible when your decisions are based on verified information…

Not all information is created equally. Tips to leverage information confidently include:

  1. Separate important data from the clutter. Too much information can be riskier than too little.
  2. Seek out actionable data. Consider what data would change decisions you would make, and focus on those.
  3. Align with your goals. If your company has made a point to focus on a particular goal, it usually makes sense to gather data around it.

 

Making challenging decisions easier

Prototyping and Beta Testing

Creative solutions are often needed when new situations arise or when old ones keep happening over and over. One of the struggles is figuring out how you can develop innovative solutions, without practicing it in a live store environment. By doing the research and prototyping solutions in our workshop, we are able to replicate, test and adjust options to meet your goals.

Data Capture

Smarter decisions are supported by verified data. Gain an advantage by acquiring and using this information. Store maintenance teams are expected to aggressively protect their brand while maintaining a low profile in each store. Imagine the possibilities when your decisions are based on verified information.

RFP Development

When a smart, easy to understand RFP is written, projects run smoother and there are less exceptions to manage. Make confident decisions by building strong RFP’s using experience, testing and strong documentation. Opportunities are revealed through the development that save time and money.

 

Thought Catalyst:

What items are the most expensive to repair?

What are the most important brand elements?

What items need to be repaired most frequently?

 

“Hope is not a method.” — Gordon Sullivan