1. Kurt Salmon PowerDay 2014 Our 2014 edition of PowerDay, our annual day of service, was our most successful yet, with some 600 Kurt Salmon volunteers across 16 offices and four continents. We supported 78 different...
  2. The Next-Generation EPMOBalancing change-the-business and run-the-business imperatives INTRODUCTION Today, most organizations are facing two major challenges: business uncertainty and an accelerated pace of change. They...
  3. Deal Ideas at a Glance Learn about Kurt Salmon's Deal Ideas, including potential opportunities, drivers and rationale. Action Sports Action sports retailers and brands are well positioned to continue to...
  4. Kurt Salmon RFID in Retail Study Abstract Over the past two decades, many retailers and brands have implemented radio frequency identification (RFID) with reported improvements in inventory productivity. However, overall adoption...
  5. Operationalizing Omnichannel: Lessons and Insights from Industry Leaders On Monday, January 12th, Tom Cole hosted “Operationalizing Omnichannel: Lessons and Insights from Industry Leaders” at the NRF Big Show. Featuring Diane Ellis, chief executive officer...
  6. Mini-Roundtable: Creating Opportunities Using Big Data and Analytics Kurt Salmon’s CIO Advisory team discusses the intersection of big data, risk and regulation while taking a closer look at how businesses can transform big data into “big...
  7. How are West Coast port congestion issues impacting the retail industry? Why are we talking about ports? Imported goods and materials are getting delayed in West Coast ports because they can’t be unloaded and repackaged for overland shipping fast enough to keep...
  8. West Coast Ports: Retail’s $7 Billion ProblemKurt Salmon Discusses West Coast Ports Congestion with CNBC Kurt Salmon retail and supply chain expert, Frank Layo, discusses west coast ports congestion with CNBC. To mitigate the impact of the...
  9. Can Retailers Survive the West Coast Port Mess? First the bad news: The chronic congestion tying the West Coast ports in knots is on track to cost U.S. retailers some $7 billion this year, and losses could total nearly $37 billion by the end of...
  10. Why Operationalizing Omnichannel Requires a Seat at the C-Suite Table Years ago, when consumers first started buying online, retailers had to make a hard choice: build a separate e-commerce group to get to market quickly or try to integrate an e-commerce business...