TRAVEL AND HOSPITALITY

We bring deep domain expertise and hands-on collaboration to clients across commercial, financial and technical disciplines. Our global footprint and unparalleled relationship network span the travel and hospitality industries. Our expertise in air maintenance, hotels, and lodging consulting includes work in various strategic and operational areas.

Corporate and Business Unit Growth Strategy

Corporate strategy and profitable growth; Pricing strategy/management; Branding strategy; Innovation; Enterprise model design; Strategic enterprise cost management; Outsourcing and shared services strategy; Finance transformation; Enterprise risk and governance.

Performance Improvement and Supply Chain Management

Due-diligence; Private Equity transactions; Acquisitions; Carve-outs; Turnarounds and restructuring; Integration strategy and execution; Business valuation and modeling; M&A capability development.

Information Technology

Manufacturing and supply chain transformation; Product planning, forecasting and scheduling; Procurement and spend management; Internal operations and performance management; Logistics and distribution strategy; Location strategy.

Strategic Turnarounds

Customer experience transformation; Service transformation; Sales and marketing strategy; Incentives strategy; Pricing strategy; Warranties; Aftermarket support; Dealer/distributor management.

Fleet and Network Optimization

Product development transformation; Lean engineering; Value engineering; Product Lifecycle Management; Product data management.

PARADIGM INSIGHTS

The Business of the Tao of Pooh

By Steve Buffington, VP of Sales Many may be familiar with The Tao of Pooh – Benjamin Hoff’s book written as a Western introduction to the Eastern belief system of Taoism – in which Hoff uses the characters of the Winnie-the-Pooh stories to embody Laozi’s Taoist...

Why Do Suppliers Need Information Management?

By Jodie Reed, Strategic Solutions Executive Suppliers, regardless of industry, all face a barrage of challenges. Without a program in place to support information management, suppliers may struggle with understanding the impact that poorly managed data can have on...