Digitalization is changing the dynamics and operational model of physical B2B sales channels, and that is a problem for many companies
We help Mincon Group North America to understand better their clients and what is happening in their sales channels, by visualizing it all, in real time.
The Rudolf, a Nordic Industries Development spin-off, is now a proven supplier of innovative sales channel management platform for Miracle-Ear Canada, the world biggest provider of hearing aid devices.
The biggest premium, luxury and sports eyewear retailer in the world, with brands, such as Oakley, Ray-Ban, Prada, Target Opticals, Sunglass hut….LUXOTTICA GROUP NORTH AMERICA is using The Rudolf sales channel management platform to optimize sales channel and operational efficiencies of their Point-of-Sales.
Nordic spinoff app THE RUDOLF enhances the collaboration and visualizes actions in your sales channels
Understand more about your markets and customers with less reporting. Empower your sales channels and sales people to maximize their effectiveness.
Whether you have a CRM or not, do you know what is happening in your B2B sales channels? Do you want to visualize in a split second what sales actions have been done, what was the outcome and what needs to be done next?
All this is possible with The Rudolf.
NORDIC’s new advisory services in USA help companies to FULLY integrate into USA markets.
We can help you to get “a piece of the action” of USA’s booming automotive market. USA is not only big automobile manufacturer, it is also a big automobile and component exporter. BMW, for example, uses USA as their manufacturing and supply base to South American markets.
Middle East is buzzing regardless the current low oil prices. Construction and industrial projects are everywhere and market is becoming more sophisticated. How does Tikkurila Oy paint the picture of Middle East opportunities for them?
Nordic Industries Development has completed assignments in the Middle East since 1997 and the first office was established in Dubai in 2004.
The fall in oil price and commodity prices has hit hard international basic industries and supporting businesses. Projects around the globe are being postponed or scaled down. Some reserves hailed previously with optimism and about their future potential such as Norwegian Continental Shelf, UK continental Shelf, shale gas and deep sea drilling have become less viable economically. The Arctic exploration has been nearly stopped all together.