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Marketing is a world of complicated details and tight deadlines. With that kind of pressure, it’s hard to find the time to focus on “core” work – the strategy and program planning that ensures success in the long term. Too often marketers spend their time on the urgent rather than the important. In fact, business leaders reported in a recent study published in Harvard Business Review that their teams spend 41% of their time focused on non-strategic or non-core tasks.
Through the strength and backing of our affiliate, Taylor Communications, Curtis offers a comprehensive Managed Services Program to manage your non-core, but essential, work more efficiently. Our detailed assessment ensures all facets of your value chain are evaluated for maximized impact, which can yield up to 20% savings on annual spend.
- More marketing time spent on strategy and less on tactics
- Vendor management automation and SKU standardization
- Streamlined access to approved brand assets
- Greater visibility for quicker, more accurate decisions
- Reduced backorders and obsolescence
Time for your organization to rethink its approach to marketing execution?
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The success of a Taylor Managed Services program begins with in-person interviews by a team of marketing process consultants, product managers and manufacturing experts from Taylor Communications. We’ll cover one or more focus areas to document the current state and provide practical recommendations for improvement. The assessment includes a pricing analysis, account management strategies and next steps for implementation.