Bridgethorne Retail Analytics #carters #online #coupons


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The data challenge:

Where ever your business or brand is as part of your commercial lifecycle we know todays commercial environment is challenging. With so much to contend with we understand businesses need help liberating customer EPOS data to generate insight, actions and make better business decisions. Being able to quickly understand retailer, category and product performance is more important than ever before. It’s also a challenge increasing the amount of time your commercial team spend working with and selling to customers.

Our solution:

Bridgethorne Retail Analytics is an EPOS analytics service providing fast and efficient processing of complex data sets. Cost effective and flexible the service provides Visual Analytic Dashboards allowing you to understand retailer, category and product trends quickly. The service is flexible enough to be able to grow inline with your business performance and requirements allowing you to add retailers, categories and products at any time (subject to available EPOS data)

The benefits:

Increase the time your commercial teams spend working with and selling to your customers, reduce time downloading non added value spreadsheets and data. Create evidence based actions to grow your business, address product issues and make more informed business and customer decisions. Talk in measures your retailer truly understands and values.

Who is it suitable for:

Regardless of your business lifecycle stage, size, complexity or other data you purchase there is no restriction on who can benefit from the service.

This is the best and most usable system we have ever used, saving us huge amounts of time analysing data

As category captains, when we do range reviews it takes one week per category, full days 9-5. With this new tool I can complete better analysis and make more comprehensive recommendations in less than a single day

We have been using Bridgethorne NAM EPOS+, and it has significantly increased our ability to manipulate and analyse our key retailers EPOS data. The tool is being used by our Revenue Management, Category Management and Sales teams, and all have seen the benefits and value – it is easy to use, provides fast access to many different data cuts, and has helped our decision making.

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0870 124 5566


Retail Banking Analytics Europe #best #online #coupon #sites


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Retail Banking Analytics Europe 20 – 21 June 2016 | Grange Tower Bridge Hotel | London, UK

Data Driven, Customer Oriented, Analytically Motivated: The Future of Retail Banking

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Featuring expert speakers from Europe’s leading banks and most exciting challengers, including:

Europe’s top analytics professionals address key challenges to ensure a competitive advantage

A Unique Meeting of Analytics Minds

This Summit is a Must-Attend For:

The audience is made up of people who are committed to driving their data and analytics strategies forward


C-Suite, SVP, VP, AVP and Heads of:

  • Analytics, Insights
  • Intelligence, Innovation
  • Data, Architecture
  • Technology, IT
  • Marketing, CRM, Customer Experience, Acquisition and Retention
  • Financial Crime, AML and Fraud
  • Credit Risk, Operations and Compliance

What our Delegates are saying

Engaging event with opportunity to share ideas and problems with other analytics leaders

Laughlin Consultancy

Very good mix of topics and presentation. Unlike other events, this conference provided lots of opportunities for networking

LV=

FCBI events bring together a suite of knowledgeable and inspiring speakers that give you so much food for thought, you would need to prioritise where to upgrade first!

Mediworx Software Solutions

Overall excellent, challenging and inspiring!

BNP Paribas

Great info sharing forum with plenty of opportunity to learn from others in the Financial Services retail space

MWD

Very good organization and very qualified speakers, their experience and knowledge is going to be very useful in the implementation of a data analysis strategy

Universales

Our Financial Services Legacy

FC Business Intelligence has been around for about 20 years and provides news, reports and events services across 30+ industry verticals. Our Financial Services department has now run several different events in the space in the US and UK including Customer Analytics in Financial Services, Credit Risk Analytics and Insurance which have attracted over 150 delegates and which were extremely well received. If Analytics is of key importance to your organization, this event is a must attend for your 2016 calendar.

Andrew Foot

Financial Services Project Director
FC Business Intelligence

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Retail Supply Chain Analytics 2016 #online #retail #sales


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Improve Service Levels Enhance Visibility
Accurately Forecast Demand Optimize Inventory
Execute An Efficient Network Transportation Strategy

Pressured to maximize service levels and profitability, retailers and CPGs are increasingly relying on data analytics to streamline complex supply chains and enhance customer satisfaction.

At Retail Supply Chain Analytics 2016 you will hear how predictive analytics can drive inventory decisions through more precise and accurate demand forecasting. You will also learn how data has optimized the location of DCs to reduce trucks on the road and how the tracking of orders has led to early detection of out of stocks and record-high service levels.

Critically, you will also discover how retailers and CPGs have adapted organizational structures, managed data and proved the business case for supply chain analytics.

Join VPs, Directors and Senior Managers at the only forum to focus on supply chain analytics specifically for the retail and consumer goods industry, and walk away with the tools to drive out cost and improve visibility of your supply chain.

The work Hanson Wade does is greatly recognized in our industry. I had the pleasure of recently attending a technical workshop you organised, and it was extremely well done.

At the Hanson Wade events we have attended we were impressed by the balance of speakers and subject.

Previous Hanson Wade attendees


Loss Prevention Strategy and Analytics (LPSA): PwC #retail #hangers


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Loss Prevention Strategy and Analytics (LPSA)

Cross-functional assessment

We help organizations understand where their loss prevention function is today and how to move closer towards the goal of continuous improvement by performing a cross-functional analysis of the processes that impact loss or operational performance. We listen and observe, and then work closely with you to arrive at a plan that will help you meet your goals.

Advanced analytics model

We help you gain clarity about which metrics are statistically valid indicators of loss by identifying areas of operational risk and creating custom dashboards that highlight and track outlying variables.

Retail analysis services

We help reatilers focus on getting ahead of problems before they arise and mitigating loss when it happens. Our framework encourages the integration of loss prevention activities across the enterprise-not just in stores-and features a dynamic risk-based approach to better align resources allocation. Addressing root causes in audit programs is part of our focus on visibility into the essential components of retail loss.

Strategic execution

We deliver an end-to-end approach to asset protection, helping you identify and deploy key metrics as well as strategize and prioritize your resources to improve profits and mitigate risks. If desired, we can arrange custom sourcing agreements to supplement your in-house capabilities.

A recent National Retail Security Study revealed that inventory shrinkage represents 1.47% of retail revenues, which equates to more than $44 billion in annual losses for US retailers.

To guard against new and chronic sources of retail loss, today’s retailers need advanced strategies, analytical methods and a proactive approach to identifying the potential for loss. Retailers who get it right reduce overall shrink, use resources more effectively, reduce exposure to other risk factors and enjoy meaningful bottom-line benefits.

PwC’s Loss Prevention Strategy and Analytics (LPSA) team brings real-world experience in the retail industry to address these challenges. Through our strategic approach to loss prevention based in data and analytics, we help deliver sustainable competitive advantage.

At the core of our approach is a client-specific advanced risk/analytical model that helps establish the variables indicative of loss in your organization. This proprietary maturity model allows us to analyze an organization’s loss prevention capabilities against a continuum of industry practices. Our team will help answer key business questions, such as how to design and use advanced data analytics in risk mitigation and loss prevention efforts.

Key areas of focus:

  • Shrink/loss reduction consulting services
  • Loss prevention/asset protection functional transformation (including decreased audit redundancy and risk-based resource allocation)
  • Development and integration of compliance initiatives to mitigate business risks while improving organizational performance
  • Supplementary in-house loss prevention resources, co-sourcing or outsourcing of the loss prevention function

If you’re ready for a thorough and transformative approach to loss prevention and the management of retail assets, PwC can help.

Root cause diagnostics

Identifying the root causes of shrink is one of the most important factors in being able to effectively prevent loss. Our retail experience has shown that risk diagnostics must reach beyond store-level operations to include a holistic view across the enterprise of key factors that are highly correlated with and believed to be causing loss. Non-traditional retail channels, including e-commerce, mobile point-of-sale, self-check-out and emerging omni-channels make root cause diagnostics more dynamic and challenging.

Our root cause analysis examines risk factors across key functional areas of the organization as well as the internal and external drivers of physical shrink, uncovering indicators unique to each. We then work closely with you to establish ongoing controls to mitigate losses.

Theft vs. operational sources of shrink

It is essential to distinguish among shrink caused by theft versus other types of shrink, such as data integrity and operational execution gaps, which involve operational considerations. Each is important in understanding the total picture of loss throughout the organization. Our framework not only helps identify and categorize the various causes of shrink, but also assists in establishing important benchmarks that can help set the stage for problem resolution, continuous improvement and resource allocation.

A sustainable advantage

Our goal is to help clients achieve a dynamic and proactive approach to loss prevention. Our insight and technology-driven methodology guides you from a clear understanding of your current state to the development of transformational process improvements and the creation of an end-state roadmap to achieve a sustainable advantage. Central to our approach is the development of a client-specific advanced analytical model that statistically helps establish the variables indicative of risk in your organization. Some of the sustainable advantages that can be achieved with this approach include: overall process efficiency, dynamic monitoring and reporting, and mitigating controls for the root causes of risk. Our goal is to help clients proactively identify current and emerging operational risks, thereby enhancing their business planning through optimized resource allocation.

Loss prevention metrics at a glance

To monitor loss prevention efforts across today’s complex, omni-channel, and potentially global retail operations, a dashboard of up-to-date information is mandatory. Many companies, however, find themselves data rich and information poor.

Our proprietary maturity model and enhanced dashboard analytics help you focus on the metrics that matter most, and present them in a clean, clutter-free environment. We provide dashboard design and technology to make the tracking of these indicators easier for both home office and store personnel. This actionable retail loss prevention intelligence can help achieve the continuous improvements and benchmarks of your future-state vision as well as shorten the interval from detection to resolution of factors leading to loss.


Bridgethorne Retail Analytics #online #shopping #store


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The data challenge:

Where ever your business or brand is as part of your commercial lifecycle we know todays commercial environment is challenging. With so much to contend with we understand businesses need help liberating customer EPOS data to generate insight, actions and make better business decisions. Being able to quickly understand retailer, category and product performance is more important than ever before. It’s also a challenge increasing the amount of time your commercial team spend working with and selling to customers.

Our solution:

Bridgethorne Retail Analytics is an EPOS analytics service providing fast and efficient processing of complex data sets. Cost effective and flexible the service provides Visual Analytic Dashboards allowing you to understand retailer, category and product trends quickly. The service is flexible enough to be able to grow inline with your business performance and requirements allowing you to add retailers, categories and products at any time (subject to available EPOS data)

The benefits:

Increase the time your commercial teams spend working with and selling to your customers, reduce time downloading non added value spreadsheets and data. Create evidence based actions to grow your business, address product issues and make more informed business and customer decisions. Talk in measures your retailer truly understands and values.

Who is it suitable for:

Regardless of your business lifecycle stage, size, complexity or other data you purchase there is no restriction on who can benefit from the service.

This is the best and most usable system we have ever used, saving us huge amounts of time analysing data

As category captains, when we do range reviews it takes one week per category, full days 9-5. With this new tool I can complete better analysis and make more comprehensive recommendations in less than a single day

We have been using Bridgethorne NAM EPOS+, and it has significantly increased our ability to manipulate and analyse our key retailers EPOS data. The tool is being used by our Revenue Management, Category Management and Sales teams, and all have seen the benefits and value – it is easy to use, provides fast access to many different data cuts, and has helped our decision making.

Contact Us

0870 124 5566


Journal of Retail Analytics – Platt Retail Institute #discount #websites


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Journal of Retail Analytics

PRI’s Journal of Retail Analytics is a comprehensive quarterly publication that includes news and case studies regarding retail analytics, digital customer-facing technologies, and related topics. The Journal provides a snapshot of the economy as it impacts retailers and consumers. In addition, the Journal examines trends in the use of retail analytics and details developments in the digital communications industry. Authors include industry thought leaders and leading academics, among others.

PRI s offices, projects, and extensive contacts in North America and Europe enable the firm to report on cutting-edge global events. Furthermore, the Journal features distinguished guest columnists, thought-provoking case studies, network profiles, and more.

If you are interested in submitting an article for publication in the Journal, please review the current Submission Guidelines .

The most recent edition of the Journal of Retail Analytics is available for free download below. Articles in the 3Q 2016 issue include:

Dynamic Pricing is Coming to a Store Near You by Steven Keith Platt, Director and Research Fellow, Platt Retail Institute and Research Director, Retail Analytics Council, Northwestern University.

Integrating Apple TV into a Digital Media System in Higher Education by Dr. Alison Berry, Dr. De Arno De Armond, Emily Gross, Dr. Neil Terry, and James Webb, West Texas A M University.

Making Digital Signage Greener by Margot Myers, Director Global Marketing and Communications, Platt Retail Institute and Director of Marketing, Retail Analytics Council, Northwestern University.

Mobile is Eating Bricks and Mortar by Gian Fulgoni, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer and Andrew Lipsman, Vice President, Marketing and Insight, comScore, Inc.

OLED at the Convergence of Online, Branding and Customer Experience by Garry Wicka, Head of Marketing, Commercial Division of LG Electronics USA, Inc.

Retail in the Digital Era: Combining Analytic Technologies with Digital Signage to Boost Sales and Engagement by Richard Ventura, Vice President of Business Development and Solutions, NEC Display Solutions.

Tips on Behavior Analytics for the Physical Store by Ronny Max, Principal, Silicon Waves.

Video, IoT, and, a New Era of Retail Analytics by Cliff Crosbie, SVP Global Retail, Prism Skylabs.

Download current and archived issues of the Journal of Retail Analytics below.


Retail Solutions, Retail Analytics – Industry – Happiest Minds #retail #agencies


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Retail Analytics

Modern age customers are gradually shifting to e-tail. Today, shoppers have all the information they need to make informed decisions and extract the maximum value out of their spending. Thus, traditional retailers need to change their business models to keep pace and excel as digital merchandizers.

Happiest Minds’ Retail Solutions and Services, combined with retail analytics, drives the much-needed Digital Transformation. Our retail solutions enrich end-customer experience and improve business efficiency through an integrated set of disruptive technologies like mobility, big data analytics, security, cloud computing, social computing, M2M/IoT and unified communications.

Happiest Minds has been recognized by Gartner as an Advanced Analytics provider operating in Tier 1 Retail market.

Offerings

In Store Transformation

Stores continue to be the nerve-center for most bricks and click retailers. However, there is an imminent need to transform retail stores into experience centers for omnichannel customers. Our retail solutions help stores function as mini-fulfilment hubs, offering flexibility in delivery choices to avoid losing a potentially sale. Our offerings:

  • Extended aisle, experiential kiosks and interactive digital displays
  • Location- Mobile-Personalization (Lo-Mo-Me) to drive personalization in-store
  • In-store path to purchase, track and engage solutions for customer experience management
  • In store digital customer journey codification
  • Digital signage
  • Associate enablement with digital advisory sales platform
  • Associate productivity solutions
  • Gamified KPI dashboard for performance of store associates

Omnichannel Retail Transformation

Today, it is imperative for any retail business, engaging in more than one channel, to have a clearly defined omnichannel strategy. This creates a better impact on customers across multiple touch points, ensuring a seamless buying experience. Our retail solutions include:

  • Omnichannel fulfillment enablement
  • Customer 360:single view of customer is the foundation of omnichannel experiences
  • Omnichannel personalization
  • CRM and omnichannel customer feedback management
  • Front-end modernization or e-commerce enablement
  • Omnichannel maturity assessment and strategy

Insights and Marketing Automation

Retail analytics and insights are a crucial element of smart all-channel retailing. Happiest Minds’ Insights and Marketing Automation assures customer acquisition, retention, promotion planning, effective retail operations and better merchandizing through advanced retail analytics that provide actionable insights.

  • Personalization and Recommendation (PnR)
  • Customer micro-segmentation
  • In-the-moment/dynamic pricing
  • Social analytics
  • Campaign and marketing analytics

Security and Infrastructure Transformation

With Insights, IoT and emerging technologies being in PoC and experimentation mode, retail leaders need to consciously steer their teams with the right decisions in terms of infrastructure, security and compliance requirements proactively. Our solutions, whichhelp retailers adopt these disruptive technologies from security and infrastructure perspective, include

  • Assessment to benchmark your current state on security and compliance
  • Network, web and application Security
  • Data security (PCI 3.0)
  • PoS security
  • BYOD and mobility security
  • Analytics security (to help secure your Analytics platform)
  • IT in a box to address your end-to-end store infrastructure

The internet of things is changing the way connected things can benefit industries, leading to the emergence of cross-industry synergies. MIDAS, our proprietary platform,when coupled with our industry expertise, can help you stay ahead of the curve. Our IoT solutions include:

  • Assessment on your readiness to embark on the IoT journey
  • In-store path to purchase, track and engage solutions for customer experience management
  • Intelligent vending systems and solutions for auto-replenishment
  • Real-time store Monitoring solution to proactively track and alert on scenarios like out of stock, device failures, potential expiries, planogram compliance, etc. for business to act in time
  • Solutions for supply chain visibility in warehouse, in-transit and in-store
  • Realizing cross-industry synergies with smart-home, smart-logistics, and smart-manufacturing use cases for order management and auto-replenishment.

Retail Analytics Courses, Training – Certification #retail #credit #cards


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Retail Analytics

Every case study gives you a chance to work on large, real-life business data sets in the advanced Jigsaw lab.

Tracking retail through numbers.

Build a scorecard for the merchandising function-head that shows a drilldown business view of all the categories sold. Apply retail business logic to come up with the appropriate metrics to view the business. Use the built scorecard to make business-level recommendations for the merchant.

Shop for your best customers.

Arrive at a customer value analysis for a seafood retailer to help him identify his most profitable customer segments to target. Apply RFM methodology on the customer data and offer the retailer a set of choices based on the type of retail strategy he wants to take.

Decoding sales through baskets.

Learn case-by-case, the building of association rules and discriminating good rules from bad. Through this real-world case study, understand the impact of market basket analysis on a retailer’s strategy.

Marketing mix – redefined for retail.

Get a step-by-step introduction of the various marketing variables arising in the retail-marketer’s context, followed by an exposition on the typical market mix modeling technique on these variables and its impact on the marketer’s decisions.

Dinner shopping leads to retail insights.

Build a promotion program for a Mumbai food-retail chain by segmenting the stores on the basis of their propensities for different categories under promotion. Employ clustering technique, covering attributes from historical trade and site-characteristics of the store.


Retail Analytics Market worth USD 5 #stores #to #shop #online


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HOME Press Releases Retail Analytics Market worth USD 5.1 Billion USD by 2020

Retail Analytics Market worth USD 5.1 Billion USD by 2020

The report “Retail Analytics Market by Business Function (Marketing and Customer Analytics, Merchandizing and In-Store Analytics, Supply Chain Analytics, Strategy and Planning), by Type, by Solutions and by Services – Global Forecast and Analysis to 2020”. defines and segments the global retail analytics market on the basis of business function, solutions, services, deployment types, and regions along with providing an in-depth analysis and market size estimations. The supply chain analytics is expected to contribute the largest market share where as, merchandising and in-store analytics will play a key role in changing the retail analytics landscape during the forecast period. The report also covers the total retail analytics market by geographic regions.

Browse 71 market data tables and 49 figures spread through 113 pages and in-depth TOC on �Retail Analytics Market – Global Forecast and Analysis to 2020
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The retail analytics market size is estimated to grow from USD 2.2 Billion in 2015 to USD 5.1 Billion by 2020, at an estimated Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 18.9% from 2015 to 2020. Retail analytics solutions help retailers gain useful insights that can help them in making decisions from offers to the on-to-consumers to displaying the right product at right place at the shelf. These analytical solutions collect data from several data sources, integrate it, and further present it in a structured format, which enhances the data visibility and analytical capabilities. The retail analytics market is expected to gain traction in the next five years due to growth in digital data.

Merchandising and in-store analytics solutions are expected to gain maximum traction during the forecast period

The retail industry has evolved significantly in the recent years, in terms of infrastructure, utility, and technological advancements. Demand for the use of high-end technologies, such as the big data analytics has increased mainly to provide better customer experience. Furthermore, prevalent surge in in-store analytics solutions and services is driving the growth of the retail analytics market. In-store analytics solutions are becoming an innate part of today�s digital marketing and operational strategies as they help in analyzing numerous areas of business such as marketing, operations, merchandising, fraud detection, and loss prevention.

Increasing demand for customized retail analytics solutions is stimulating the growth in the emerging economies of APAC and MEA. North America is expected to have the largest market share, however MEA will grow with the highest CAGR from 2015 to 2020, closely followed by APAC. The major vendors in the retail analytics market include IBM, Oracle, SAP, SAS, Microsoft, Tableau, Angoss, Information Builders, Adobe, and Qlik.

Key vendors in the retail analytics ecosystem were identified and studied individually, to understand the solution/ software offerings and features, business models, pricing models, and their respective customer base. This data was collated and further scrutinized based upon individual company�s revenues, contributions from various regions/ countries, industries, and business segments.

The scope of the report covers detailed information regarding the major factors influencing the growth of the retail analytics market such as drivers, restraints, challenges and opportunities. A detailed analysis of the key industry players has been done to provide insights into their business overview, products and services, key strategies, new product launches, mergers and acquisitions, partnerships, agreements, collaborations, and recent developments associated with the retail analytics market.

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Retail Analytics: Intelligent Retail – Javelin Group #discount #coupons


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Retail Analytics: Intelligent Retail

Javelin Group provides advanced analytics and BI solutions to our retail, brand and property clients right across the enterprise.

In retail, our ‘analytics everywhere’ approach includes:

  • Location planning property. e.g. catchment analysis, sales forecasting, impact analysis, property management dashboards, store clustering, ‘car park’ report, automated ‘Valuation Office’ reporting
  • Customer insight marketing. e.g. customer profiling and segmentation, single customer view, local marketing hot-spotting, post campaign ROI analysis, market penetration analysis, social media analytics, RFM analytics, ‘Next best action’ planning
  • Operations. e.g. advanced drivetime analytics to inform logistics, optimise salesforce boundaries, optimise field force activities, POS analysis, inventory planning, call routing, warehouse applications, KPI dashboards
  • Buying merchandising. Detailed flow replenishment reporting, range/category/SKU-level analytics, stock availability reporting, space optimisation, price optimisation, markdown decision support, local merchandising
  • Finance HR. e.g. automated weekly/monthly KPI reports, store sales and profit modelling, M A analysis, rankings reports, staff performance reports, single view of the truth
  • eCommerce multi-channel. e.g. merge online and offline performance KPIs, single customer view, blend Google Analytics with external data, AB testing, marketing campaign attribution, web content personalisation, product recommendations, KPI dashboards

To meet these requirements, we are experts in deploying a range of market leading BI software tools such as Alteryx and Tableau which take advanced data analytics right into line of business.

Through our colleagues at Accenture Digital we also access the Accenture Insights Platform (AIP) which provides a cloud-based ‘Analytics-as-a-Service’ solution which drives transformational business outcomes at speed and scale through the flexible use of a range of pre-configured technologies.

Javelin Group’s understanding of retail locations and consumers is informed by a range of specialist datasets. We combine our proprietary datasets with relevant external market and demographic data to gain a 360 degree perspective of the retail marketplace to inform our project work. All the datasets are available to license as standalone products or delivered within one of our recommended business intelligence software tools.

Clients

Testimonials

Information and analysis of key retail trends from Javelin Group is proving to be extremely helpful, informing and strengthening our work on town centres across Greater Manchester.
Garreth Bruff, Policy Manager, Association of Greater Manchester Authorities (AGMA).

The marketing campaign using Javelin Group data gave remarkable and unprecedented results. I was very pleased with the insight this project delivered and would recommend the team at Javelin Group.
Adam Blackwell, Business Development Manager, Citroën UK.

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