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Consumer Business & Transportation

Today's harsh environment requires consumer businesses to understand and anticipate changing consumer needs and to respond rapidly with relevant products and solutions. To do that, they must address a myriad of questions – exactly how are consumers' needs changing? How keep customers loyal and win new ones? How adapt sourcing strategies for affordability, sustainability, and security of supply? All of this, while under enormous pressure to improve operational efficiency and drastically reduce costs.

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