Shapecast, the leading provider of data-driven strategy execution and digital transformation solutions and Group50, a leading strategy advisory firm, have today announced a partnership.
Founded in 2004, Group50 consulting practices focus in three primary areas: Business Strategy, Talent Strategy and Operational Execution. Group50 consultants are subject matter experts in Manufacturing, Distribution and global Supply Chains.
In these unprecedented times, with massive supply chain disruptions and different recovery curves for every industry, companies need to rethink their strategic initiatives in order to move forward.
Shapecast has developed StrategyWorks® , a powerful, cloud-based insight driven platform that enables organisations to link their objectives and outcomes to the delivery of their strategic initiatives. This is a perfect fit with Group50’s supply chain methodologies, focused on Strategy Execution, Digital Transformation, Enterprise Architecture and Post Merger Integration.
The new partnership will drive faster and better outcomes for clients across all sectors and industries.
Jim Gitney, CEO at Group50 comments:
"We are delighted to partner with Shapecast. We believe it will be an important solution in helping our mutual clients manage their complexities, risks and strategic opportunities. We are confident that implementing StrategyWorks® will be a worthwhile investment for any firm looking to improve the management of their strategic initiatives. It is especially powerful in managing post-merger integration which is typically the Achilles’ heel of M&A activity. With this platform companies are able to protect revenues, increase profits and address the considerable time, effort and cost challenges associated with rebuilding their businesses in the future."
Will Barnett, CEO at Shapecast comments:
"We are delighted to be partnering with Group50. Our mix of analytics, change and planning solutions will augment Group50’s strategic execution service delivery. Together, we can help our clients assess the detail of the strategies they need to overcome and the challenges and take advantage of the post-Covid-19 economy."