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The French multinational worked hand in hand with DigitalBCG to support an information systems and IT transformation across all its primary functions.
Digitization—when done right and at scale—yields impressive results. Discover how manufacturing companies can learn from Ford’s success.
How Nissan scaled its digital capabilities throughout the business, reshaped its application portfolio, and upskilled its IT team.
By implementing multiple advanced analytics tools, BCG GAMMA helped a global car-seat maker save money, improve efficiency, and reduce defective parts.
Learn how BCG worked with a global automotive manufacturer to reduce their marketing spend while preserving top-line performance.
DigitalBCG helped Allergan—which sought to become a leading digital information center—launch three different digital direct-to-consumer ventures.
How our experts improved agility and efficiency with the use of advanced modeling and AI technology with a biopharma company.
General Manager Innovation Hub Amway China Ken Li talks about the company’s transformation and the tangible impact it has had on the business.
The food and beverage giant partnered with BCG to identify impact, drive value, and make better decisions across its brands in France.
DigitalBCG used predictive analytics and machine learning to create a real-time personalization experience for Starbucks, which led to a 150% increase in user interaction.
The Dutch beverage conglomerate began its agile transformation in the IT department, where leadership worked hand-in-hand with other departments as well as with outside suppliers and the company’s employee work council.
Agile continues to deliver extraordinary benefits: in just three months, a team delivered a complex, high-profile product that normally would have taken a year.
BCG partnered with an Australian bank to create a completely digital experience for banking customers with their customer journey program.
Starting and scaling these customer journey transformations requires the three key P’s: people, people, people.
HSBC first transformed its tech function to build a “simpler, better, faster” bank. Darryl West, group CIO at HSBC, provides insight on how to successfully implement an ambitious change agenda.
Sophie Gilder, head of experimentation at Commonwealth Bank, looks at the global impact of recent blockchain technology developments.
How agile enables ING to react swiftly in a rapidly changing world.
BCG GAMMA built a fully automated solution to raise conversion rates and dramatically increase revenue growth.
To help a major bank keep up in a rapidly evolving business environment, BCG GAMMA quickly developed and implemented a tool for improving workforce training, employee mobilization, and job reassignments.
A leading global animal health company partnered with DigitalBCG to develop an AI-powered sales engine to target and engage with customers, driving double-digit growth.
DigitalBCG supported Zoetis in implementing its data and digital platform across the continuum of care, a key enabler in the company’s data and analytics strategy.
Acute kidney injury is costly and deadly, so BCG developed an easy-to-use model for identifying those patients at the highest risk of developing the condition—before it becomes a problem.
Daniel Gheno advises businesses in transformation to start scaling as soon as possible, find a relevant way to measure progress, and always begin by asking “why?”
Working collaboratively with Koç Holding, BCG created a scalable digital center of excellence that aims to become a leading analytics and IoT resource.
DigitalBCG developed algorithms that helped Malakoff Médéric double improvement in fraud detection and led to the hiring of over 50 new digitally skilled employees.
In support of the client’s ongoing transformation, BCG GAMMA leveraged advanced data science to generate business value.
BCG worked shoulder-to-shoulder with leading jewelry company Pandora to launch a transformation program that reignited passion for the brand and helped Pandora get closer than ever to its customers.
BCG GAMMA developed a new, AI-powered app to help our client improve its sales performance. So far, there’s a 90% satisfaction rate among users—and a potential $70 million upside.
BCG GAMMA powered revenue growth at a large big-box retailer by applying data science and strengthening HR practices—and by providing insights that helped predict customer behavior.
DigitalBCG helped a global telecom company create a digital transformation program that has generated two times the amount of e-commerce traffic and a gain of over $250 million in revenue in one year alone.
DigitalBCG helped UPS create Ware2Go, a new digital platform to support B2B companies by offering a nationwide fulfillment network, to unlock new opportunities for growth in the world of two-day shipping.
By partnering with BCG, Australia Post digitally transformed the country’s paper-based identity system.
CEO Troels Støvring discusses Twill Logistics’ partnership with BCG Digital Ventures to uncover new digital solutions for shipping customers.
By applying the latest technologies and advanced modeling techniques, BCG GAMMA saved a complex mining organization $200 million and drastically improved its operating efficiency.
BCG Platinion worked with the German rail operator to transform its slow manual process for the planning and booking of cargo routes into a cutting-edge and dramatically faster one.