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Without stating the obvious, I believe that an honest assessment of structure and process is healthy business practice. This doesn’t need to be in the form of an RFP that takes up valuable resources but instead can mean a considered review and discussion to understand where your business stands when compared to others in your industry when faced with common challenges. This can provide clarity on your next steps and highlight areas that can be optimised.
So, what is holding you back?
For many, even when there are frustrations with their existing ways of working, fear of change means they hesitate when considering moving to a new partner, particularly if this includes moving away from an incumbent.
How do we support businesses to make a change?
At adm, we are proud of the role we play in helping businesses to drive change. With experience of integrating our own acquired businesses into adm’s culture and structure, as well as onboarding new clients, we have a robust team of experts on hand globally, that live and breathe implementation, ensuring BAU while delivering results, quickly. Even in tough economic times, we have steadied the ship for our clients and are equipped to deal with the challenges that all businesses consider when moving to a new partner.
Are you asking any of these questions about your own marketing execution?
Should we still be relying on the same execution solution as we did 3 years ago?
Have we consulted outside of our current provider in the last year?
Does my provider’s status as a sizeable industry leader mean they have the best solution for my business?
At adm, we are agile, we embrace change, and we are realistic about the challenges it presents. Our robust approach charts the way to meaningful, tangible business improvements.
Get in touch to understand how we manage this for our incoming clients, and to learn about how we can support you.
Don’t fear change, understand the risk, and embrace it.
Author: Gary Zealand, Solutions Director